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Inside the Tour - The Ashes 1986/87 is the definitive story of an extraordinary tour, featuring many of those who were part of it, including tales of rum, wine, fancy dress and Elton John. Gladstone Small may not have played in the first three tests, but he certainly made an impact at the MCG, taking seven Australian wickets to help win the Ashes f…
 
Inside the Tour - The Ashes 1986/87 is the definitive story of an extraordinary tour, featuring many of those who were part of it, including tales of rum, wine, fancy dress and Elton John. There were certainly some larger-than-life personalities on both sides including Sir Ian Botham, Alan Lamb and David Gower to name but three for England. Chris B…
 
Never mind the cricket. Who will win the Jingle Ashes? Who has the funniest, rudest, longest, shortest, daftest, most hummable earworm of a Guerilla Jingle? Two teams of Guerillas, one from Australia and one from England, got together for the ultimate pre - series Jingle off. Along the way they also found time to opine on the real cricket coming up…
 
Bat for a Chance helps underprivileged children experience the joy of cricket. They collect and source clothing and equipment, both new and high-quality second hand, and then dispatch it to schools, clubs and academies not just in the UK, but all around the world. To help, you can donate your unused or second-hand cricket clothing and equipment via…
 
Check out From The Corner - brought to you by JOE and DAZN - presented by David Alorka and Swarzy Macaly. A crossover boxing show that will appeal to fight fans and newbies alike. Each week our two hosts will be joined by a guest from the worlds of sport and entertainment to chat, banter, try their hands at games and challenges, and discuss the upc…
 
Never has it been more important to ensure the views of cricket fans are heard as we see a county system under financial pressure, the impact of the pandemic and the launch of new and not universally accepted format of the game with the Hundred. Over 3000 cricket fans, across all age ranges, responded to the 5th Annual Cricket Supporters Associatio…
 
If you want to give a youngster a beautifully illustrated, easy to understand book to get them enthused about cricket, what choices are there? If you google ’my first cricket book’ you will find out two things. Firstly, there aren’t that many options and secondly, they don’t come cheap! Our game doesn’t always do a great job of igniting the enthusi…
 
Andrew Edward’s 2015 autobiography, one of his three books, received glowing testimonials from Michael Atherton OBE, 2003 Rugby Union World Cup winner Will Greenwood MBE, Sky Sports’ Hayley McQueen amongst many others. He was for many years a statistician for Manchester United’s TV channel, has been invited to a Buckingham Palace Garden party in ce…
 
The Cricket Supporters Association (CSA) is a fully independent, democratic, not for profit organisation which has been established to give all cricket fans a voice and have their rights represented. A central pillar of giving fans that voice is their annual survey, the fifth edition of which will be launched this month having started in 2017. Tony…
 
When the music stopped on the mega-bucks mini-auction for IPL 2021, some high-profile Englishmen found themselves without a partner. Nakul Pande invites Jack Hope of The Cricket Podcast to analyse why Alex Hales, Jason Roy and Adil Rashid went unsold - come for the Alex Hales rant, stay for the Steven Smith rant…
 
On their own patch, India are favourites. They have won huge plaudits for pulling off a dramatic series win in Australia and with an injury ravaged team. However, favourites don’t always win and England feel they have better than a puncher’s chance. Whilst India will point to a number of factors in their favour, including the return of some big gun…
 
A study by Leeds Beckett University last year found a 72 per cent decrease in black players in the English game between 1995 and 2019, while just one English-born black player had played Test match cricket since 2004, prior to Jofra Archer. And it’s not just in the professional game. In our recreational game, only 1% of players are from African Car…
 
Subscribe to All To Play For now Hosted by Joe Cole and Tom Davis and with a lineup of legendary guests, we’ll be taking a look at some of the biggest football of the week. From analysis to random stats and of course incredible stories from inside the dressing room. Don’t miss All to Play For. Brought to you by JOE and Coral. Subscribe to All To Pl…
 
Over and Out is the story of a neglected cricket hero. Albert Trott was good enough to play for Australia and England, but at the height of his powers no Test team would pick him. He brought an Ashes series to life by taking 8 – 43 on debut and his batting average for Australia was 102.5. He is also one of only two players to take two hat-tricks in…
 
Cricket writers Anindya Dutta and Ashley Gray share the pain and rewards of their craft. “There is no rule on how to write. Sometimes it comes easily and perfectly: sometimes it’s like drilling rock and then blasting it out with charges”Ernest Hemingway In March 1706, a man called William Goldwin, published a slender volume of his early verse calle…
 
“In this book, Richard parallels his life’s landmarks and milestones with county cricket’s arrival at an equally important juncture in its own existence. He manages to intertwine and compare some of these personal struggles and challenges, such as turning 50 , with the difficulties faced by the sport he so loves” Ryan Ten Doeschate In this episode …
 
Finding time to work out how we got here and where we go next, Nakul Pande and David Brook analyse the 2nd Test - West Indies's fight, Sibley's patience, Broad's excellence and Stokes' sheer Stokesness - and pick our 3rd Test XIs. Does your favourite get a mention? Sync us up to your TV and keep listening even in another app with Hotmic - download …
 
Four months with no cricket, and now, we have no time. Host Nakul Pande and the unnervingly positive Machel St Patrick Hewitt (host of the excellent Caribbean Cricket Podcast) use the last moment of quiet before the 2nd Test build-up begins in earnest to recollect the emotion of Southampton in tranquility: Did England really doom themselves with th…
 
Two shaky top orders but pace in abundance, so who will prevail in the bio-secure bowl: Guerilla Cricket's Nigel Henderson puts the question to Mach St Patrick Hewitt, of the Caribbean Cricket Podcast and fellow broadcasters Dave Brook and Barry Wilkinson ( Line and Length ) before the latter pair argue the merits and demerits of coach Phil Simmons…
 
Guerilla Cricket meets Dan Newman of JDRF UK Throughout the rolling, tumbling, dice throwing mayhem of the Dickwella Broad Owzat Trophy, we’ve been partnering with JDRF UK. In this special episode of the Guerilla Cricket Podcast, Guerilla and DBOT finalist Tony Bishop, meets Daniel Newman of JDRF UK. Diagnosed at 10 years old with Type 1 Diabetes, …
 
Guerilla Cricket's Nigel Henderson talks to Indian former Test cricketer, coach and commentator Deep Dasgupta about whether and where the IPL can go ahead, scoring a century against England and how his best shot in international cricket came as he tried to protect his crown jewels.guerillacricket által
 
The title is woefully inadequate for the task at hand - but we had to call it something, and it's hard to spell a wordless scream. Anti-racism is not something to parcel into a pod-sized package and not think about again, and it's in that spirit that host Nakul Pande and Machel St Patrick Hewitt take to the mics. Nakul and Machel share their person…
 
The lords of cricket have spoken - what they've (not) said may shock you! Joining host Nakul Pande from across three continents to discuss the ICC's non-decision about the men's T20 World Cup, what's they've decided to decide instead, what might decide the most important election in ICC history, and Australia deciding to scheduling some actual cric…
 
*STRONG ISAAC VIVIAN ALEXANDER RICHARDS CONTENT* Telling host Nakul Pande how their love of cricket and their time on Guerilla Cricket began this week: SEAN TRACEY ALAN HOTCHKISS Over the next couple of months, we're running a fundraising campaign for ourselves and the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation UK, who do amazing work tackling Type 1 di…
 
This week's episode tests even host Nakul Pande's relentless optimism. He discusses which of the IPL and the men's T20 World Cup can, will or even should happen in the second half of this COVID-ravaged cricketing year with: KHALID MOHIDIN: Owner and editor, Cricket Fanatics Magazine ANKIT MISHRA: Co-founder and editor, CricTracker The panel dissect…
 
“Diligent research and evocative story telling combine to make this book a truly compelling read”. Praise indeed for ‘Wizards’ and its author Anindya Dutta, from none other than Kapil Dev. In this episode of Guerillashire, Tony Bishop and Anindya discuss the mystical, twirling, whirling, floating, ripping, gripping world of Indian spin bowling. No …
 
You, and we, enjoyed our first edition of Origin Stories so much that we came back for another! This time, host Nakul Pande's companions on our stroll down memory lane are: ANNIE CHAVE: Unofficial president of the Marcus Trescothick Fan Club and actual founder and editor of County Cricket Matters GARY NAYLOR: Cricket writer, theatre critic and devo…
 
It's cricket most thrilling, most physically demanding and most misunderstood skill - on this week's Guerilla Cricket Podcast, host Nakul Pande constructs a three-pronged attack to unpack what fast bowling's all about: IAIN O'BRIEN: Former New Zealand fast bowler, creator of the Youtube channel 108 with IOB and friend of the show GLADSTONE SMALL: M…
 
In the first of an occasional series, this week we're going back in time to where it all began for some of our most loved and most interesting Guerillas. When did they first watch and play the game? Who were their first cricketing heroes? How did they get the cricket bug? Were they bitten by a radioactive Peter Such? Host Nakul Pande breaks off fro…
 
It's not all about the big money and the big names. The COVID-19 cricket shutdown has repercussions at all levels of the game, including where the budgets are tight even at the best of times - and in case you'd not been paying attention, these really are not the best of times. To tell us about the challenges faced by smaller boards, what's being do…
 
The shutdown of cricket around the world is both a huge blow and a huge opportunity - we have the space to reflect on why we love cricket so and why it's not an exaggeration to say we need it. So this week we're looking at the game's impact on mental health, mental health's role in playing and watching cricket at all levels, and how the COVID-19 pa…
 
Cricket is dead, long live the Guerilla Cricket Podcast! Host Nakul Pande and guests Tony Bishop and Tim Part are locked-down and loaded to reckon with the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on this cricketing year. We ask: Will there be cricket in 2020, and who makes that call? SHOULD there be cricket in 2020, and does it even matter? Should the Hund…
 
Welcome to the latest Guerillashire. Best wishes and positive thoughts to everyone in these tough times! In this edition, we have a special treat for followers of Lancashire as Gary Naylor of the Guardian and long - time Guerilla selects his greatest ever Lancashire England team. In his inimitable way (that we all enjoy imitatating), Gary picks pla…
 
Neville Cardus’ two great passions were music and cricket. He described how one majestic stroke maker ‘made music’ and ‘spread beauty’ with his bat. Between the two wars, he became the laureate of cricket by doing the same with words. In this latest Guerillashire, Tony Bishop interviews multi award winning author Duncan Hamilton, who in ‘The Great …
 
In the first Guerilla Cricket Podcast of 2020, we have some big questions to answer. In matters purely of willow and leather, there's the vexed issue of mandatory 4 day Tests, and a South Africa v England Test series heading into its 3rd Test finely poised. But we don't have the luxury of keeping it inside the boundary - with the Proteas' commitmen…
 
Two teams in transition; four men in a state of confusion. Yes, it's the Guerilla Cricket South Africa v England series preview podcast in which host Nigel Henderson lures wisdom and whimsy on World Test Championships, Kookaburras, a sextet of potential new Test caps and obdurate coaching staffs from Guerilla regulars Tony Bishop, the Bear and, all…
 
“What is more frightening? Facing the quickest bowler in the world in front of 30,000 people or walking into a crack den in South Central Los Angeles?” That’s just one of the questions host @tonybishop1 discussed at Edgbaston with Paul Smith, hero of @WarwickshireCCC 1994 treble winners. The latest Guerillashire Podcast from @guerillacricket is her…
 
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