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The 80's and 90's Cricket Show
The 80's and 90's Cricket Show
Get happy/sad/angry all over again as Gary Naylor and guests reconsider world cricket's key players, matches, series, tournaments and stories from the final two decades of the last century. Celebrate the good, the bad and the ugly! Sponsored by Anderton Law. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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Ratings & Reviews
5.0 stars from 68 ratings
Great pod
When is the next series? Really enjoyed the last one.
westh58 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 01/10/22
Love this show
Really enjoy listening to this podcast. Evokes many memories from the era, and is very well put together. Quality converstion, insight and banter from ex-players and journalists who were there to witness it all. Garry Naylor also a great host. So glad to see it return for a second series....thank...Read full review »
Mooseboose via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 12/04/21
Outstanding podcast
What a great chance to reminisce about some of the great and funniest times in cricket! And now it’s back for series two!!
Skrimmers via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 10/28/21
Recent Episodes
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Published 11/22/21
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Published 11/15/21
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