Cricket stories from Afghanistan to Zimbabwe
Moorabbin West cricket club president Brent Shaw reveals how he signed Fiji's star batsman
Captain Paras Khadka outlines Nepal's dreams after making the World Cup qualifiers.
Meet the South American teenagers who are inventing new shots.
Cricket has been played in Peru since the 1800s.
Chris Adams explains what he hopes to achieve as the new Netherlands interim coach.
Hear from British Charity 'Afghan Connection' which is promoting cricket in the country.
Australia's indigenous women's team are touring India for the first time.
Meg Lanning says China is still in the "very early days of cricket development".
Meet the Kenyan ladies' cricketers fighting against female genital mutilation.
Dean du Plessis has forged a career as a cricket commentator even though he cannot see.
A Mexico City cricket pitch at high altitude leaves bowlers struggling.
Could we see Germans one day cheering on a team in the Cricket World Cup?
We explore how Zimbabwean cricket is in a precarious state as fans vent their frustration
Work has begun on Rwanda's first ever international standard cricketing ground.
Stumped co-hosts Jim Maxwell and Charu Sharma size up whether teams should tour Pakistan.
Meet the two sport writers who have quit their jobs to go play cricket around the world.
Oman’s incredible journey from cricketing backwater to the World Twenty20 finals.
Cricket legends Shane Warne and Sachin Tendulkar team up to help cricket conquer America.
Australia legend Shane Warne says cricket at the Olympics would help globalise the sport.
India great Sachin Tendulkar tells Stumped why he wants Twenty20 cricket at the Olympics.
Rome plays host to a ground-breaking contest between Catholics and Muslims.
One India cricket fan almost did
The rebirth of the cricket club, whose footballing off-shoot became Italian champions
Stumped speaks to Sana Safi about Afghanistan's love for cricket.