As Sir Geoffrey would call it. A game once played only by the Commonwealth members, the sport is spreading to such far outposts as Afghanistan and Nepal (mainly due to T20), and that can only be a good thing can't it?. Australia, once the best in the world, have had a period of shitness but seem to be on the way back after thrashing England and then winning a series in South Africa. India; superb at home but travel about as well as a barrel of Guinness. Sri Lanka; See above. West Indies; A once great nation in the sport, the advent of satellite TV means that the kids now watch the NBA and NFL rather than play creekit on the beach, and that's a shame. South Africa; Because of Aparteid they were in the wilderness longer than that lion in Born free, there's still not many black players but when the selectors travel more they will be a force. New Zealand; "It's not rugby so we're not interested. Much". England; We've just sacked Kevin Peitersen and reinstated Peter Moores as the head coach. Oh dear!