Wisden Cricketers’ Almanack 2014

Obituary - Mike Denness

Obituary - Mike Denness

A magnificent fielder and Kent’s most successful captain, he had an unfortunately turbulent time leading England read more

Obituary - Nelson Mandela

The man who understood the role sport could play in new South Africa read more

You just couldn’t say no

Nelson Mandela was an extraordinary person with that rare common touch read more

Obituary - Christopher Martin-Jenkins

A reliable broadcaster, Jenkins inspired affection from the cricketing family, and from millions who never met him read more

It was Madiba who made it happen

He taught us what was good for us in the future, taught millions about love and peace

The greats of the women's game: A formidable quintet

From Betty Wilson to Mithali Raj, the famous five have all been driven by an inner fire

Obituary – Haseeb Ahsan

Pakistan bowler, businessman and cricket administrator, he made friends and foes with his confrontational approach

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 Richard Kettleborough

Obituary - Peter van der Merwe

He marshalled a talented bunch with such authority that few queried his modest contributions with the bat

Cricket in the slums: The siren song of the IPL

From Dharavi to Shivaji Park, the many hues of cricket in Mumbai reveal themselves

Obituary - Neil McCorkell

A neat, unobtrusive, highly skilled wicketkeeper - McCorkell represented Hampshire from 1932 and 1951

Obituary – Sam Guillen

The only West Indian to win Test caps for two nations, Guillen also represented New Zealand and was an all-round sportsman

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