Guerilla Cricket meets Dan Newman of JDRF UK
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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, Dan’s journey has been challenging, deeply moving and inspiring in equal measure.  He tells us about the amazing work of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation and his role in their work to improve lives and one day eradicate the condition for good. We also talk about famous cricketers who have Type 1, Pakistan and Lancashire legend Wasim Akram amongst them. JDRF: Fund world-class researchapproved and administered by their international research programme to cure, treat and prevent type 1 diabetes; Make sure research moves forwardand treatments are delivered as fast as possible Give support and a voiceto people with type 1 and their families They need your support.  Listen to Dan’s story and please go to our DBOT (Very Loud and Animated) and help us to help JDRF.  https://www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/db-owzat-trophy   Join a global movement to create a world without type 1 but with the world’s best independent cricket commentary.   Thanks as ever to Jeff Perkins for the theme tune and jingles and to Nigel Walker for editing and production support. Get all Guerilla Cricket podcasts BEFORE ANYONE ELSE at patreon.com/guerillacricket
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