Rejuvenated Ninan determined to bury chequered past

His first-class career hit a roadblock in India for various reasons; now, the offspinner is targeting a return to action in Australia

From Kandahar to Derby, noughties boy Qadri is spinning a dream

Not yet 17, the Afghanistan-born offie has had a stirring first-class debut and is being talked up as the next big thing in the county circuit

Pakistan needed Sammy far more than it did Cameron

A man of quiet grace and dignity, the former Windies captain did the right thing in refusing to receive a medal from the CWI president

Cricket’s back at historic Chepauk, but the birthday boy’s missing

R Ashwin seems currently superfluous to India’s limited-overs needs, but that hasn’t stopped him from developing his arsenal for Test cricket in England

The most pressure comes from within: Beams

Australia Women legspinner opens on up World Cup disappointment, the possibility of leading her country in the Ashes, and more

I rate Kohli highly, but he need not be aggressive all the time: Ranatunga

Sri Lankan cricket is going in the wrong direction because selectors are focussed on physique and players are focussed on money, says former captain

Kuldeep hat-tricks Australia
Kuldeep hat-tricks Australia

Three-fors from Coulter-Nile and Richardson, and fifties from Smith and Stoinis go in vain as India win by 50 runs

Be the one to lead by example
"Be the one to lead by example"

Steven Smith: Happy to take a duck for the team if we win the match tomorrow

What makes a good coach? “No one particularly cares in China”

Simmons, Kirsten, Ford, Buchanan on the demands of success and the challenges of adapting in a tough job

Cricket and climate change: How green is your sward?

The sport has a moral responsibility towards the environment that has nurtured it over hundreds of years