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 from mythologising Lance Klusener long enough to hear tales of reluctant Antipodean touring teams, a grandfather's child-quietening tactics spectacularly backfiring and facing down Cameroon fast bowlers on a tricky pitch from:
Former meerkatologist, current statistician and forever Paul Collingwood stan Dr Katy Scott
Al-fresco scorer and intrepid worldwide cricket coach Jules Farman
Millinery connoisseur and cricket's most devoted Jamaican-Irish Hampshire fan Roger McCann
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Los Grumpalos hablan mierda - como siempre, or for those who cant't be arsed with google translate - The Grumpalos talk shit - as always.
Founded in 1864 and resident at Lords since 1877, we are going to focus here on Middlesex.
11 times County Champions, the club has a proud history of developing many of the game’s greatest known cricketers, including the likes of Denis Compton, Mike Gatting, John Emburey and Andrew Strauss to...