Tony Cozier was one of cricket's iconic voices

Cricket loses another voice

The announcement that Tony Cozier had died came as a hugely upsetting blow to cricket. A man described by the great Michael Holding as being ‘right up there with Sir Garfield Sobers’ in terms of his ...
The West Indies players celebrated their World T20 success with vigour - a success crafted with no support from their own board

World T20: what next for West Indies and the WICB?

As Carlos Brathwaite sent his fourth consecutive six sailing high into the Kolkata night sky on Sunday, the West Indian team were halfway across the outfield in a pique of ecstasy before the ball had...
Who will take home the World T20 trophy?

World T20 final preview and prediciton

And then there were two. England and West Indies will face off to decide who will be World T20 champions and, for the first time in the tournament’s history, there will be a two times champion. Kolka...
Virat Kohli is pointing India firmly in the right direction

World T20 semi finals preview and prediction

The World T20 is fast rumbling towards its conclusion and the wheat has been sorted from the chaff. We predicted that England and India would advance to this stage, along with South Africa and Austra...
England have unearthed a few gems of late, not least Ben Stokes (L) and Joe Root, but other pieces haven't quite fallen into place. Yet

England seek elusive consistency

It is the stated ambition of Andrew Strauss, England’s director of cricket, that the team should attain the number one ranking in all three disciplines; Tests, ODIs and T20s. The first riotous steps ...
Sir Everton Weekes, right, strolls out to bat with Sir Frank Worrell.

Looking back: Everton Weekes and Don Bradman in 1948

Dave Warner, in Perth, notched three consecutive Test centuries in three consecutive innings for the second time in his career. He further inked his name onto a list that includes the great and good ...
five day cricket

The joy of the fifth day

In this age of seemingly accelerated living underpinned by an ability to do almost anything, anywhere, instantaneously, it is with some joy that Test cricket sticks two fingers up to the ways of mode...