Terry Jenner: Cricketer who went on to act as coach and mentor to Shane Warne

Terry Jenner was an Australian cricketer who made nine Test appearances between 1970 and 1975 but whose more significant contribution to cricket came in his role as coach and mentor to his countryman and fellow leg-spinner, Shane Warne, who became under his tutelage one of the finest and most successful bowlers in the history of the game.

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Warne leads tributes to spin guru Jenner

In the nets at the back of the Adelaide Oval four years ago, it was instructive to watch the master spinner and his guru. Shane Warne bowled and occasionally, very occasionally, Terry Jenner spoke.

County Focus: Broke and bottom of the pile, Kent will need more than Bligh spirit

A Kentish graveyard bore witness to a touching ceremony last Wednesday. The Cobham plot containing the remains of Ivo Bligh – the man who first brought the Ashes urn back from Australia, in 1882 – had been refurbished thanks to a campaign led by the Cricket Society, and a rededication was taking place.

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In his 1989 film Crimes and Misdemeanors, Woody Allen plays a documentary-maker called Cliff Stern who is obsessed with Louis Levy, a philosopher whose life-affirming message he finds meaningful. But Levy takes his life, saying "I've gone out of the window", before Stern can complete the film. Levy's existence gave a meaning to Stern's life, becoming his magnificent obsession.

Eddie Leadbeater: Cricketer who remained until recently the only leg-spinner to play regularly for Yorkshire

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Australia 260-6 India 261-5 (India win by five wickets)

Peter Loader: Combative fast bowler who helped spearhead Surrey's great side of the 1950s

The greatest county cricket team of all time is generally agreed to be the Surrey side of the 1950s. Their success was built on a quartet of outstanding bowlers, the last of whom was Peter Loader.

Jade Dernbach receives surprise England call-up

Surrey paceman Jade Dernbach has been handed a surprise call-up to England's World Cup squad in place of the injured Ajmal Shahzad.

Party on the pier for tourism week

Threatened seaside pleasure palaces will be the focus of festivals around the country

Ireland win rocks England's world

O'Brien smashes 50-ball century to give his side sensational victory in India

Lost: Anderson's Ashes form. If found please return to Bangalore

From hero to zero may be pushing it to define Jimmy Anderson's recent career path. Bowlers who perform as he did to win the Ashes for England do not suddenly shed the craft and skill that took them to such heady places.

Tall order for England to restore confidence

Strauss in dreamland but another bad display would leave morale at low ebb

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Nobody ever beats the champ in the Barbican's new video-game installation – but the witty result scores highly

Bopara handed World Cup chance after injured Morgan is ruled out

Ravi Bopara has been called up to the England World Cup squad after it was confirmed yesterday that Eoin Morgan would not be fit to play in the tournament. Morgan injured his finger in the one-day international at Adelaide during England's tour of Australia and, although it was initially thought to be just a bruise, further inspection has revealed a crack that requires an operation.

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