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 devotee of the aesthetics of cricket and those who play it
PAUL HOWARTH: Village green hero turned club wicketkeeper turned all-round sports enthusiast
We discover the panel's first memories, heroes, and games watched and played, and along the way discuss the joys of being 8, the relative memory-making power of radio and TV, and how far women's and girl's cricket has come.Over the next couple of months, we're running a fundraising campaign for ourselves and the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, who do amazing work tackling Type 1 diabetes - stick around to the end for why this cause is so close to our hearts, and contribute to the cause on our JustGiving page. Thank you.You can get all our pods BEFORE ANYONE ELSE at patreon.com/guerillacricket - and thanks as ever to our producer and editor Jon Stone.
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...