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Cover of <i>All in a Day's Cricket</i>

Review: All in a Day's Cricket

Dyed in sepia

Controversy, romanticism, derring-do and idiosyncrasy - a recent anthology takes us on an evocative ride through cricket's past


Ganguly's gangplank

Having said that, we’re about to enter a long and interesting Test match season – and it would be appropriate and fitting for Ganguly to walk out after a gripping innings in an international match, at the peak of his authority, having taken his own

The wait is over: Australia win the Champions Trophy for the first time


An opportunity to bury a dead horse

The Champions' Trophy is an unwanted extra on the international cricket stage, irrespective of whether it is played in Pakistan or India, Australia or England


Kevin on top

The refusal to surrender, the arresting arrogance, the almost imperious self-belief – it reminded me of Douglas Jardine

Kapil Dev poses for a photograph


Batting from memory

The welter of emotions that June 25, 1983, triggers within me – or, indeed, a few million others of my generation, give or take some years – is too personal and too complex to adequately convey to someone much younger or from another country or

The Administrators

Play, or else ...

While the whole world is threatened by terrorism, Jaipur and London were one-off incidents


The write stuff

People who had never read Neville Cardus were weeping in his memory