Before my own blog was launched, I contributed to the Test Match Special blog. Here are some of those entries:
Injuries take their toll on England's lionheart
Andrew Flintoff's announcement he would be retiring from Test cricket was about as shocking as Cristiano Ronaldo's summer move from Manchester United to Real Madrid in its timing.
New-look Aussies out to take Ashes chance
It's finally here. After England's early summer curtain-raiser Test series against West Indies and the entertaining two-week ICC World Twenty20 to whet the appetite of cricket lovers, there are only two words in town now - the Ashes.
Gearing up for the Lord's Test
Lord's - So here we are again - the start of the English Test summer. And typically it is sunny and warm today but the forecast for the first day's play against New Zealand on Thursday is for thundery showers.
India cashes in on Twenty20 global appeal
It does not take a genius to work out how mad India is for its cricket. But a new international Twenty20 league, the Indian Premier League, has raised the stakes even higher with $800m (£411m) being spent on TV rights for a 59-game tournament in April