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  1. August 22, 2011

    Depression on cricket’s long and winding road

    How long it seems since the ICC World Cup came to a spectacular end with the hosts India regaining the trophy after a...

  2. February 21, 2011

    Fields of Courage

    Fields of Courage: The Bravest Chapters in Sport, by Max Davidson, Little, Brown, RPP£16.99, 288 pages The courage on...

  1. July 10, 2009

    Just not cricket

    Notebook (Stefan Stern): It's an Ashes summer, and that can mean only one thing: "a barrage of verbals", as Geoff Miller,...

  2. July 10, 2009

    All the sledging that's fit to print

    It's an Ashes summer and that can mean only one thing: "A barrage of verbals," as Geoff Miller, chairman of the England...

  3. July 9, 2009

    All the sledging that’s fit to print

    It’s an Ashes summer and that can mean only one thing: “A barrage of verbals,” as Geoff Miller, chairman of the England test...

  4. November 29, 2008

    Even cricketers get the blues

    Marcus Trescothick is captaining England's cricket team in a Test match in Pakistan when his wife Hayley calls him from...

  5. November 29, 2008

    Trescothick's winning book depresses value of writing prize

    Marcus Trescothick is captaining England's cricket team in a Test in Pakistan when his wife Hayley calls him from home. She...

  6. November 28, 2008

    Winning book depresses value of writing prize

    Marcus Trescothick is captaining England’s cricket team in a Test in Pakistan when his wife Hayley calls him from home. She...

  7. May 9, 2008

    England hope for a safe hands

    A home series against New Zealand may well not stir the blood of England cricketers as much as some other opponents, but the...

  8. April 19, 2008

    Veteran bowler remains fired by ambition

    As cricket's brave new world of Knight Riders and mega rupees opened for business in Bangalore yesterday, Andrew Caddick's...

  9. April 12, 2007

    King answers crisis call from Spurs

    Tottenham Hotspur captain Ledley King looks set to be recalled prematurely after a four-month injury lay-off when England's...

  10. January 20, 2007

    Flintoff left to rue batting malaise

    England's abject Ashes Test series began in defeat at Brisbane, and a return to that city yesterday brought no better...

  11. January 8, 2007

    Vaughan return leaves dilemma over deputy

    Forty-eight hours after the Ashes debacle, there was at least one elated Englishman in Sydney yesterday. Having been told...

  12. December 20, 2006

    Cricket chief backs coach Fletcher

    England cricket coach Duncan Fletcher has received the full backing of his employer, the England and Wales Cricket Board,...

  13. November 15, 2006

    Trescothick ruled out of Ashes series

    England opening batsman Marcus Trescothick has left Australia and is out of the Ashes tour after suffering a recurrence of a...

  14. November 11, 2006

    ROUND-UP

    *FOOTBALL Micah Richards of Manchester City, Tottenham's Michael Dawson and Manchester United goalkeeper Ben Foster were...

  15. October 27, 2006

    Cook ready for the next level

    Scoring a double-hundred against the Australians is the stuff of boyhood cricketing dreams but England begin their defence...

  16. October 7, 2006

    Test winners turned off by one-day game

    Five years ago the England and Wales Cricket Board boldly declared that come 2007 its national side would be the best in...

  17. September 13, 2006

    England announce injury-hit squad for the Ashes

    When England returned from Australia after a 4-1 thumping four years ago, it was said that an Ashes squad would never again...

  18. September 13, 2006

    Flintoff leads injury-hit Ashes squad

    When England returned from Australia after a 4-1 thumping four years ago, it was said that an Ashes squad would never again...

  19. September 7, 2006

    Crouch shows he is no stand-in

    Plan B is turning rapidly into Plan A. Sven-Göran Eriksson saw Peter Crouch merely as somebody who could offer "something...

  20. September 7, 2006

    Murray crashes out of US Open

    Andy Murray's hopes of a first grand slam quarter-final ended in disappointment at the US Open yesterday when he was beaten...

  21. August 8, 2006

    Bowlers give Pakistan sniff of victory

    Suddenly, there is a game on in the Third Test, writes Jonathan Wilson at Headingley. A match that seemed destined for a...

  22. August 4, 2006

    Pietersen makes England’s day

    The great strength of the modern England is that there is always somebody who will, to use coach Duncan Fletcher’s phrase,...

  23. June 29, 2006

    CRICKET

    *CRICKET England crashed to yet another one-day defeat as Sri Lanka opened up a 4-0 lead in the NatWest Series. Set an...

  24. June 3, 2006

    Inspired Flintoff turns up the heat on Sri Lanka

    Next Friday the football starts. From that moment it won't matter if the captain of the England cricket team runs naked...

  25. May 26, 2006

    Sri Lanka lose way with the bat

    Sri Lanka's 14-hour rearguard action at Lord's seemed special at the time but with hindsight it borders on the miraculous,...

  26. May 26, 2006

    Sri Lanka lose way with the bat

    Sri Lanka's 14-hour rearguard action at Lord's seemed special at the time but with hindsight it borders on the miraculous,...

  27. May 16, 2006

    England spill all chances of victory

    Bad light eventually completed the job, but it was bad catching that cost England victory in the first Test against Sri...

  28. May 12, 2006

    Trescothick shines under a blue Sky

    No falcons were killed by owls and the sun was not engulfed by apocalyptic darkness. On the contrary, the first day of...

  29. April 13, 2006

    England win as Strauss blows hot

    England finally broke their duck in the one-day series against India, winning yesterday by five wickets, writes Edward...

  30. April 11, 2006

    Trescothick blames virus for absence

    England cricketer Marcus Trescothick has said that the effects of a virus led to him returning home early from the tour of...

  31. March 23, 2006

    England thrash India to tie series

    England captain Andrew Flintoff stepped aboard a jet last night bound for home and a first sight of his baby boy Corey...

  32. March 17, 2006

    Harmison out in new blow for England

    England's cricket tour of India lurched further into disarray yesterday as Steve Harmison was ruled out of the must-win...

  33. February 28, 2006

    Vaughan and Jones fly home

    England's cricketers must be pondering what could possibly happen next on their ill-fated tour of India after matters went...

  34. February 24, 2006

    Vaughan’s knee brings the captaincy into play

    England enjoyed a semblance of cheer on Friday after their disastrous first week in India. Injured captain Michael Vaughan...

  35. February 24, 2006

    Vaughan in doubt for Test

    England's troubles at the start of their India tour increased yesterday when it emerged that captain Michael Vaughan is...

  36. December 31, 2005

    New Year’s Honours highlights

    KNIGHTS John Dankworth, jazz musician. Keith Mills, chief executive London 2012. Arnold Wesker, playwright and director. Tom...

  37. December 16, 2005

    England crash to heavy defeat

    Marcus Trescothick admitted England were outclassed as they recorded their joint-heaviest limited-overs defeat on record,...

  38. December 13, 2005

    Shoaib blows England away

    A sluggish, sleep-deprived England were blown away by the pace of the world's fastest bowler, Shoaib Akhtar, as Pakistan...

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