September29

Sir Everton Weekes

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rsz_cric_weekes

In this feature Martin ends his tribute to the three Ws with a look at the life and times of the last survivor of the famous trio.

September22

Hogan Hits Fifty

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MDCrowe92WC

New Zealand’s greatest ever batsman turns 50 today. Gareth Bland pays homage and recalls Martin Crowe’s maiden Test hundred.

September21

Sir Clyde Walcott

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rsz_clyde-walcott

Clyde Walcott was, by a few months, the youngest of the three Ws. He was the second of them to be knighted. In this feature Martin tells his story.

September18

Sir Frank Worrell

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rsz_fmm

Over the next few days we will be featuring the stories of that legendary triumverate of Barbadian batsmen, the three Ws – Martin begins with Sir Frank Worrell.

September10

Playing for Keeps

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gloves2

Seven years on from an earlier article on the state of wicketkeeping in the world game, Neil Pickup returns to the question of glovework, and wonders what the future holds for a position that never seems to be far from a talking point.

September03

The End of an Era?

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rsz_andrew_strauss

In the wake of the England captain’s recent retirement from all forms of the game Martin reflects on the news, and draws a few parallels with a previous holder of that esteemed office.