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Phil Tufnell's All-time XI

Phil Tufnell's All-time XI

Courtesy Lord's Cricket Ground: West Indians dominate the XI, with the most legendary of them all swaggering in as the captain read more

The press and players: Lament for a lost world

Young cricketers don't need media training, their time could be better spent being trained to bat, read more

IPL's new rules and the stink about pink

Print Run: Reverse bidding, Ojha's not competing with Saha, what India can learn from foreign academies, read more

The Decision Review System: Let’s look at that again

DRS has proven how many decisions we get right, but it also highlights errors of judgment, says read more

Debut duds and the twists in their tales

Pankaj Singh has joined the long list of bowlers - many illustrious among them - who ended their debut Tests with a ‘0’ in the last column

Obituary – Donald Wilson

Don Wilson was one of the mainstays of the Yorkshire team that won seven Championships between 1959 and 1968, emerging from the giant shadow cast by Johnny Wardle to take more than 1,000 wickets. He also played six Tests for England, but perhaps his greatest legacy was turning Lord’s into a centre of coaching excellence

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