Shivnarine Chanderpaul, 43, gives the lie to a popular belief, while playing in the Super50 tournament
We don't ever want to make it enjoyable like this for other teams. We want to finish it off very quickly.
Nepal's Sandeep Lamichhane on not wanting to repeat the last-ball victory his team managed over Canada to make it to the World Cup Qualifiers
Sri Lankan batsman Roshen Silva on how to approach playing on a turning track like the one in Mirpur
Michael Holding tells the other captain, Virat Kohli, after twice being called "Bish" by Faf du Plessis at the toss
Rashid Khan's Adelaide Strikers team-mate Peter Siddle on how the team plans to get the leggie to take them out for dinner to celebrate his big IPL contract
Cheteshwar Pujara gives his take on the latest cricket buzzword after scoring 50 on a difficult pitch in Johannesburg
Usman Khawaja remarks on the unfairness of labels after scoring a bug hundred in the Ashes Test in Sydney
Luckily our phones get taken away, otherwise I would have been looking for an Uber to go back to the hotel.
South Africa's batting coach Dale Benkenstein on what he was thinking when his team were 12 for 3 against India on day one in Cape Town
Alastair Cook wants to savour his double-hundred in Melbourne
Stuart Broad doesn't mind copping criticism from former England captain and current commentator Michael Vaughan for his performance in the Ashes
Kevin Pietersen gets an Ashes sledge in about his former team-mate while playing for Melbourne Stars in the BBL
Chucking a beer over James Anderson's head? Whoopee doo. I once put a dead shark in Mike Atherton's bed.
Former England bowler Alan Mullally thinks pranks were better back in his day
Despite being 2-0 down in the Ashes, England coach Trevor Bayliss is able to focus on some positives
Australia's Cameron Bancroft describes the headbutt he received from Jonny Bairstow during a social gathering of players
Steven Smith is confident David Warner will open in the Gabba Ashes Test despite his stiff neck
It feels a bit like the little bloke at the playground who kicks some shins and runs behind his big brother to throw the punches.
Ed Cowan on Nathan Lyon's Ashes sledging
Nathan Lyon on the challenges Starc, Cummins and Hazlewood pose in the Ashes
Cameron Bancroft on opening with David Warner in the Ashes
Virat Kohli urges violence on his person so his humanity can be confirmed
It's official, Hardik Pandya now belongs in the top rank of Indian cricketers
Shahid Afridi acknowledges the preposterousness of his career
Mitchell Johnson explains to the BBC how he kept his focus through the Barmy Army's chants about him during the 2013-14 Ashes, thinking about his daughter and humming a song from her favourite film
A commitment to elite-level fitness comes at a price for Virat Kohli
Yuvraj Singh pays tribute to his friend Ashish Nehra on his retirement from international cricket
Commentator Scott Styris is also a hydrologist
FIFA president Gianni Infantino sounds the death knell ahead of the Under-17 football World Cup final in Kolkata
Shoaib Malik protests after commentator Ramiz Raja asks him whether it's money or passion that fuels his game today
Kapil Dev recalls his team-mates teasing him about delivering his captain's talks in broken English during the 1983 World Cup
Pakistan coach Mickey Arthur on whether he would have liked a third Test in the series against Sri Lanka during a pulsating day four in Dubai
Ashish Nehra on coaxing his injury-prone 38-year-old body to endure the rigours of fast bowling
Pakistan coach Mickey Arthur makes it clear who he thinks is the best even after Herath became the first left-arm spinner to take 400 Test wickets with his 11 wickets in Abu Dhabi
The county professional is a very, very special breed of person and I've found a completely new respect not just for county cricket but for the game as a whole
Kumar Sangakkara after playing his last match at The Oval
A previous CEO of the ICC once said to me: you cannot call yourself the CEO of the ICC until you have at some stage been burnt in effigy.
David Richardson talks about what sets a real top-level administrator apart
I didn't know what the umpire was trying to tell me when he said [the bowler] was going to bowl left-arm
Marcus Stoinis on facing ambidextrous bowler Akshay Karnewar
I'm glad you've got your priorities right, popping out in the evening, baking brownies for Test Match Special, rather than running the country.
Jonathan Agnew thanks Britain's prime minister Theresa May for visiting the radio commentators with snacks
Michael Holding responds to Lara's critical remarks about his kicking down the stumps during West Indies' 1979-80 tour of New Zealand
Brian Lara on what he did when Glenn McGrath's bowling made him feel uncomfortable
Marlon Samuels revives his beef with Ben Stokes
Arjuna Ranatunga has a message for Sri Lankan cricket fans after crowd trouble at Pallekele
Nasir Hossain switches to third person to explain the difference between two years ago when he was dropped from the Test side and his recall now