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  • Daryl Harper - Smiling because he means it

    Daryl Harper Smiled, because he believes it


    It took him nearly two decades, but Daryl Harper finally had his closure. It aptly came at the Adelaide Oval too, even if from an unlikely source. It was here ...

  • Salt to prove he's a man for all seasons

    The salt to prove that he's a Man for all Seasons


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  • An Aussie-Rules-reject-turned-cricketer, an AFL star, and a tale of camaraderie

    A Aussie Rules-refuse-to-Cricket player, an AFL star, and a Story of Camaraderie


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  • The long walk back to happiness

    The long Way back, Fortunately


    Reece Topley is speaking with more raw honesty than he has in any of our previous conversations. It is early January, five months after career-defining surgery on his back. ...

  • Cricket's climate conundrum

    Cricket's Climate s Puzzles


    The Sydney Thunder vs Adelaide Strikers game in Canberra was called off due to poor air quality. Every Friday evening, members of Blue Downs Cricket Club in South Africa would ...

  • The special young man from Palmerstone North who just had it

    The young Man from Palmerstone North, who just had


    Ross Taylor is on the verge of a special milestone in Wellington where he is due to play his 100th Test "The game got played at his pace once Ross ...

  • From Sandpaper shame to superhero: the man who helped Steve Smith fix himself

    From paper to glass, a Shame for the super-Hero: the Man who helped Steve Smith fix-even


    In a wide-ranging interview with Cricbuzz, Dr Duffy describes the backdrop to the 'Sandpapergate' events Could Steve Smith one day return to the Australian Test captaincy and so complete ...

  • The many shades of black on cricket's grey, unlevel playing field

    The many Shades of black-and-cricket's-Grey, the inequality of Conditions


    The BLM movement has brought the gaping inequality in South African society - and cricket - even closer to the forefront. Dorothy Tsotsobe is formidable. Not solely because she is a woman, ...

  • Barbados - The foundation stone of West Indies cricket

    The barbados-based West Indies cricket


    Although this year's West Indies regional four-day tournament was cut short because of COVID-19 with two rounds of matches to go, Barbados, who were well clear at ...

  • Chatter: Why is IPL 2019 different?

    Chatter: Why is IPL-2019 different?


    Breathe. For you are at the start point of sixty matches and a thrillingly assorted bag of cricketing drama packed into a little over 50 days. The IPL has rolled ...

  • The T20 Revolution - Coaching Revision

    The T20 Revolution Coaching Review


    During the IPL's 12th edition, Cricbuzz is publishing a five-part series looking at the broader picture of how Twenty20 is shaping cricket's future. The first four parts ...

  • The Hundred: 99 battles won, 1 war lost

    The Hundreds: 99 Fights won, 1 lost the War


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  • Lungi Ngidi - The humble boy meant for greater heights

    Lungi Ngidi a humble young meant for greater Heights


    Pierre de Bruyn does not have to think very long about why his experience of Lungi Ngidi will stay with him long after his other cricket memories fade. It is ...

  • The Baby Whisperer and an unbreakable bond

    The Baby-Whisperers and an indissoluble Bond


    At the end of England's football World Cup journey in Russia, just before the squad dispersed after reaching the semi-finals, Gareth Southgate assembled his charges for one last ...

  • Living the World Cup dream: The Masakadza Story

    Live the world cup Dream: The Story Masakadza


    What does the World Cup mean to you?Even at a time when ODI cricket is facing a recurring battle with context, the World Cup enjoys a pedestal position. It ...

  • Archer does right by himself and the Caribbean

    Archer was Right in itself, and the Caribbean


    Jofra Archer says it will be "just another game" when England play West Indies on Friday. But how can it be?For Archer, the motivation could not be clearer: a ...

  • Much ado about numbers

    A lot of Noise to pay


    Away from the glitz and glamour of the World Cup a string of rather remarkable results in Associate cricket briefly broke into the news cycle this week. Of these, the ...

  • When discomfort rekindled the Bairstow fire

    If the Complaints relit the Fire of Bairstow


    Sportsmen and women are just straight-up weird. Once you get your head around that, a lot of what they do makes sense.Let's talk motivation. Of course, playing ...

  • Champions Leagues - contrasting visions for European cricket's future

    The Champions League is contrasting Visions of the European cricket'Future


    As Europe's remarkably venerable club competitions heat up in a sweltering continental end-season, the traditional flow of the European cricketing summer will be disturbed this year by the ...

  • Antigua Diaries: Drivin' around with a Gavaskar fan

    Antigua Newspapers: Drivin' a Gavaskar fan


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