||The lost art of commentary
The best commentators weren't just experts - they were eloquent, writes Jason Cowley.
New Statesman, July 11th 2005
Racism in South Africa
Apartheid, not the ruling regime, brought race into South African cricket, writes Jason Cowley.
New Statesman, February 7th 2005
Press box gossip
You get better gossip in the match press box than in the Westminster lobby, writes Jason Cowley.
New Statesman, January 17th 2005
The death of cricket in Zimbabwe
Cricket in Zimbabwe has no future because it is almost wholly a white game, writes Jason Cowley.
New Statesman, May 17th 2004
The great Steve Waugh
Waugh is over: in praise of the man who transformed Test cricket.
New Statesman, January 12th 2004
English footballers are dying out
Cherish English footballers while you can; they are dying out, writes Jason Cowley.
New Statesman, June 16th 2003
An honourable cricketer
He spent his final days in the second XI. Yet Robert Bailey was a hero. By Jason Cowley.
New Statesman, August 12th 2002
Still haunted by the ghosts of '66
That World Cup win and that swinging summer created a benchmark against which we will always be measured, and always found wanting.
New Statesman, July 3rd 2000