Category Archives: Talking cricket

Magoffin’s rise, Lancashire’s flop: Richard Gibson

Steve Magoffin’s excellent debut for Sussex continued his extraordinary change of fortune since being dumped by Western Australia 12 months ago. The Queenslander took nine wickets in his first outing as the club’s overseas player but the prospect of such … Continue reading

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Philander on perfect start to the season: listen now

PODCAST: South Africa bowler Vernon Philander looks ahead to this summer’s tour of England and reflects on his debut for Somerset in the County Championship opener against Middlesex… Listen now! For more county podcasts see here For more podcasts from … Continue reading

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Rob Steen: Is KP England’s greatest batsman?

Some will deem it heresy, but as Kevin Pietersen basks in the glow of one of the game’s greatest match-turning innings, his 151 in Colombo, the question cannot be ducked for much longer: has England ever boasted a finer batsman? … Continue reading

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Waters effort recalls Walker’s 1956 feat: Andrew Hignell

Maundy Thursday saw a dramatic start to the LV=County Championship season in the East Midlands with twenty wickets tumbling at Trent Bridge, while a few miles to the south at Leicester fifteen wickets fell on the first day of the … Continue reading

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Neil Edwards on an important season: listen now

Nottinghamshire batsman Neil Edwards tells Dave Bracegirdle why he is pleased to make a good start to an important season for him Listen now! For more county podcasts see here For more podcasts from Dave Bracegirdle, see here

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Sam Robson makes English cricketing history

Just after 3pm on Saturday March 31, Sam Robson wrote a name for himself in the cricketing record books with the earliest-ever first-class hundred in the UK, and the first in the month of March, as he made a century on the … Continue reading

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Black Caps do England a favour: Peter Baxter

Peter Baxter’s latest podcast from Australia; it’s the end of the season Down Under – so who won the silverware? plus Ned Flanders celebrate!… Listen now! For more podcasts see here For more podcasts from Peter Baxter, see here

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Paul Stirling on Middlesex’s summer ahead: listen now

PODCAST: Ireland batsman Paul Stirling reflects on another fine winter for his country and talks abouts his season ahead with Middlesex… Listen now! For more county podcasts see here For more podcasts from Kevin Hand, see here

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Jason Gillespie on Yorkshire’s future: listen now

Jason Gillespie says he’s relishing the challenges that await him at Headingley.  The new first team coach talks about innovation, his experiences in Zimbabwe and getting Yorkshire back on track. Listen here For more county podcasts see here For more … Continue reading

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WG’s legacy, Sachin’s longevity: Richard Gibson

Gloucestershire are backing a scheme to re-open a disused local railway station in conjunction with their re-application for planning permission to redevelop their Nevil Road ground in Bristol. The Ashley Hill station, serving the community of Ashley Down, was last … Continue reading

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