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In cricket or life you never want to get beaten. But the game can bite you, and you can get BITTEN. BITTEN by the game OR SMITTEN by its characters, whatever one may choose to call happened to me in my teens. As a kid in a Bengali household I was often the victim of mum’s pathological hatred for the game. ‘Baba porte Bosho’ (get on with your books), she would say, when a generation was being charmed by a man called Sachin Tendulkar, the guile of Shane Warne, Anil Kumble’s grit or Laxman/Drav ...
 
Former England Cricketer Jeremy Snape has spent the past ten years researching 'The Winning Mindset' of some of the world’s most successful performers. His journey has taken him around the world, interviewing elite sports stars and coaches, as well as neuroscientists and leaders from the performing arts, business and the military. In this podcast series, Jeremy takes you Inside the Mind of Champions, sharing their exclusive micro lessons to accelerate success in your life and career.
 
I wanted to be a hundred things in life --cricketer, politician, navy commander, doctor, engineer, and lawyer -- you name it, and it would catch my fancy. I became an Electrical Engineer, but it was hardly an end of the dreamer in me. I moved on to writing, started a blog, and published short stories. However, last night it dawned upon me that I talk so little. And so little in English. Now I am taking the next leap in my life, starting a Podcast. I will recite stories, poems, sometimes I wi ...
 
One dark and stormy night, a stranger arrives in West Sussex at a village inn. He is heavily clad in an overcoat and his face is wrapped in bandages. He takes a room at the inn, but refuses to socialize with anyone. He stays cooped up in his room all day and night, working with strange chemicals and apparatus. Suddenly, strange events begin to happen in the village. Mysterious burglaries and fires break out, culminating in a destructive rampage across the peaceful countryside. The stranger i ...
 
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Shakib Al-Hasan kicked some stumps over and we'll tell you why he was right to do so. England can't bat anymore and New Zealand still aren't being respected. South Africa are good again, for now. Adam Hollioake talks about facing Warne, the abandoned match in Kingston in 1998 and England's current batting woes. #AskTGC discusses youth multi leaders…
 
The newly minted CEO of Cricket Australia joins TGC to discuss his rugby playing days, meeting his wife at Mansions in Kings Cross, whether administrators can be cool, the future of sports rights, why England care so much about The Ashes and Ollie Robinson's tweets.โดย RARE
 
As the manager of the England national football team, Gareth Southgate OBE is a true role model for the new era of leadership. As a down-to-earth character, we can all learn from his empathy, authenticity, and clear communication. In this episode I set out to explore his career journey, and how the setbacks and successes have led him to where he is…
 
England refuse the challenge, Conway and Southee deliver, Robinson strong and suspended, why England will galvanise Australia, Anrich Nortje bowls wheels, Ish Sodhi on the brotherhood, AskTGC covers off-stump guards and fantasy tubbing XIsโดย RARE
 
Tony Dell, Australian Test cricketer 255 and Vietnam War veteran, joins us to tell the remarkable story of his life. Aged 20, he was thrust into the horrors of the Vietnam War and his experiences were to have a profound and devastating effect on his life. Ian Chappell, Tony's captain for his one Ashes appearance in 1971, and brother Greg, Tony's ca…
 
* Champ means something different in jail * England v New Zealand at Lords * Ollie Robinson will get in NZ’s face * IPL moved to UAE due to ‘monsoon season’ * Morne Morkel on Manly, ABdV, Kallis, Faf, and Cape Town * #AskTGC covers Kohli dreams, Don Rahane and Fraudulent Hat-Tricks ***Ish Sodhi had to re-schedule, we’ll try to catch up with him nex…
 
When the pandemic shut the world down and forced people to stay indoors, sporting activities came to a grinding halt, there was one country in the world where cricketers and employees of the board gave themselves to the nation’s cause and because of corona warriors. Bhutan cricket also got an ICC award for Cricket for Good. Listen to their story in…
 
Question: When I'm training to play short balls (with someone chucking them down from the other end), I generally play them quite well. But when I face short balls in the nets, I tend to hesitate and move away. I'm guessing that's because I prepare myself for a short one during throwdowns, but they're a lot more unpredictable in the nets. What's a …
 
Well we couldn't leave you all waiting too long for another episode of No Balls, so we've teamed up with Zero Ducks Given for a cross over special. Hartley has been left in charge of the description for the first time in months... so just do her a favour and say it was really good. This episode is maverick and doesn't involve that much cricket chat…
 
In continuation of the Monaco Grand Prix celebrations over the weekend, I’ve picked out some key insights from some interviews I did with the Force India Formula 1 team. Whether you’re a Formula 1 fanatic or not, find out what it takes to grow from constant competition and why you need to slow down to speed up. Join me as we learn from Aston Martin…
 
BCCI v ECB v IPL v Fans England's Squad v New Zealand Izzy Westbury on the BCCI taking 14 Months to pay their Women’s team Ashes Dates announced James Vince on AJ Tye and reverse swing in Australia #AskTGC Check out our Patreon for exclusive content every single week at https://www.patreon.com/gradecricketer This episode is brought to you by Budgy …
 
Simon Hughes and Simon Mann hear from Ben Stokes on the eve of his 30th birthday and compare his career so far to his famous all-round predecessors See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Hey Legends! Welcome to Monday Mentoring! Every Monday we will be sharing a question from our Cricket Mentoring Community with you. Question: Can you show us the technical points of a good on drive or hitting straight down the ground?โดย Tom Scollay: Ex-pro cricketer, athlete mentor & entrepreneur
 
Two seasons ago, Peter Hatzoglou was playing for his club's third XI. Now he’s mixing it with the world's best T20 players, attracting comments from Shane Warne cooing over his IPL prospects. Now that he’s sometimes on TV, does that mean nothing matters anymore? Will he shelve all other plans? Will cricket last forever? Let’s find out. Our intervie…
 
This episode is with one of our favourites at Cricket Mentoring, a fan favourite, one of our incredibly exciting young athletes and a good mate of mine, Teague Wyllie. Having just turned 17, Teague is still very early in his cricket journey but has achieved a lot in the past couple of years to make him one of the brightest young batting prospects i…
 
The final episode of the season and the girl's are going out with a bang! Inviting BBC Radio One DJ and rival podcaster Chris Stark onto the pod. And what a belter he is, especially when he gets stuck into some cricket innuendo bingo! Before Hartley & Crossy have their little pre-season break they went upstairs with Sue to tackle some questions tha…
 
Today’s guest tops the lot when it comes to the jaw-dropping balance she manages to strike between playing professional cricket and maintaining a professional career. Georgia Redmayne has been on the state scene for 7 years now. She's played for NSW, Tasmania, Queensland, as well as the Hurricanes, the Scorchers and the Heat – not to mention appear…
 
He's a great friend of the show, well known to the cricketing world, a World Cup winner, an Ashes winner, a Tasmanian stalwart, now a national selector and widely acknowledged as an excellent leader in his field. He's built some academic acumen to match that real-life experience and we catch up with him on our series, Life Outside Cricket, produced…
 
Ken Eastwood, of Gordon, Footscray and Victoria, joins us to discuss his one and only Test match - the 7th Test of the 1970-71 Ashes series at the Sydney Cricket Ground. And we delve into the Ashes archive with the cricket writer and historian, Stephen Chalke, to tell the tale of the 1921 Ashes - home to no less than 10 one Ashes Test wonders.…
 
Self-Explanatory Paine for Smith as Captain England Squad and Jofra Barney Ronay on what England want #AskTGC James Vince was due to appear on this episode, however had to pull out due to a change in his schedule. We hope to record him ahead of next week's show. Check out our Patreon for exclusive content every single week at https://www.patreon.co…
 
Episode two of our special series Life Outside Cricket continues, as we catch up with one of Australia's leading cricketers. Jess Jonassen has been a major part of the Australian Women's Cricket team for the best part of decade, contributing heavily with both bat and ball across that time. In addition, Jess has managed to juggle life as an elite cr…
 
Understanding yourself and your game is one of the most crucial elements to your success as an athlete. But HOW do you understand yourself and your game? Through reflecting on past experiences and learning from them! In this video, @scolls5 shares a way you can learn from your previous success and failures by trying to understand what you’ve done w…
 
Welcome to The Grade Cricketer’s special series, Life Outside Cricket, where we catch up with Australian cricketers and try to get under the hood of their life and careers beyond cricket. We’re doing this in conjunction with the Australian Cricketers Association in promotion of Careers Week, promoting the economic, social and personal benefits of c…
 
The girl's are absolutely delighted to invite their second Australian guest onto No Balls. A big round of ball slaps for Megan Schutt! And what a guest she is.. talking honestly and openly about social media, IVF and that World Cup Final. Not only do they have a guest, but they also have some hugely exciting news to share with you all, so make sure…
 
IPL 2021 Suspended Warner v Slater in The Maldives County Championship Ali Martin to discuss the England summer Stuart MacGill kidnapped Pakistan v Zimbabwe Ian Bell Ed Cowan #AskTGC Check out our Patreon for exclusive content every single week at https://www.patreon.com/gradecricketer This episode is brought to you by Budgy Smuggler. You can get f…
 
Today we reflect over what we mean by mental health and wellbeing – and how nature plays such an integral role in sustaining a healthy mind and body. Mental health is not just about clinical issues, but about striving to live happy, healthy and fulfilled lives. Taking in some questions from listeners, I delve into the Sporting Edge Members Library …
 
In a conscious effort, cricket is doing away with its boy’s club image, and becoming an inclusive sport. The ICC is creating opportunities for women who love the sport to play an active role in running of the game in their countries and worldwide. In the next episode of Business Called Cricket , Rica Roy speaks to the Chief Mentor of ICC’s all new …
 
Hey Legends! Welcome to Monday Mentoring! Every Monday we will be sharing a question from our Cricket Mentoring Community with you.โดย Tom Scollay: Ex-pro cricketer, athlete mentor & entrepreneur
 
A review of the latest county championship action during which Jimmy Anderson takes his 992nd first class wicket, and Paul Collingwood tells us his greatest catch and reflects on the advances in that field See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Simon Hughes hears from Professional Cricketer's Trust president David Graveney the harrowing story of one former player's battle for mere survival and the essential work of the PCT See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Put your drinks down and get the blotters out because there is a new game in town! It's time for some No Balls BINGO! A sad end to Henry Two Fingers, but the time is right. Shouting about semen, calls from the captain and embarrassing cricket crowd stories. Another eclectic mix of cricket and chaos. And sadly, the girl's had to swan in with Swanny …
 
How can we translate some of the core principles from sport and performance psychology into the world of business? I share how we can all create a winner’s mindset on the Sports Management Podcast. Check out a snippet from the interview here. As a listener to the show, use the code PODCAST50 in the checkout to get your first month as a Sporting Edg…
 
G’day legends. Welcome back or welcome to the Cricket Mentoring Podcast. The idea of this podcast is to share the unique stories of cricketers, coaches and performance experts, with the aim of giving you; serious & committed cricketers, coaches or parents, some techniques, strategies and inspiration so you can become a better and more confident cri…
 
Hey Legends! Welcome to Monday Mentoring! Every Monday we will be sharing a question from our Cricket Mentoring Community with you.โดย Tom Scollay: Ex-pro cricketer, athlete mentor & entrepreneur
 
Episode 7 features the opening batsman, Roger Prideaux who played his one Ashes Test at Headingley in 1968. We also hear from Australian cricketing legend, Neil Harvey, who tells us the story of his brother Merv, who played one Ashes Test in 1947. Plus, Ian Chappell and David Frith give their views on the D'Oliveira affair that dominated the 1968 A…
 
The girl's fly solo this week in an attempt to tackle some emails. Instead, they end up down a slippery slope discussing Crown Jewels. What else would you expect? The difference between red & white cricket balls, Swanny's IPL round up and nosey receptionists.. all sounding 3D because they've FINALLY got some recording equipment! Thank you Samson & …
 
The Rajasthan Royals winning the inaugural Indian Premier League in 2008 was one of the greatest fairy tales in cricket history. Today I wind the clock back to then, and reflect over some key leadership insights that lead to their success. Tune in to learn more about the mindset needed to perform under pressure and how stories and social bonds cont…
 
As various players fly out of a Covid-ravaged India Simon Hughes and Simon Mann ask whether the IPL should be suspended and also hear from Mark Wood and Jonathan Agnew See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Hey Legends! Welcome to Monday Mentoring! Every Monday we will be sharing a question from our Cricket Mentoring Community with you.โดย Tom Scollay: Ex-pro cricketer, athlete mentor & entrepreneur
 
A very big, warm, No Balls welcome to this week's guest; World Cup winner Jordan Williams. And what an absolute delight he is. An amazing insight into the adversity and difficulties that our disability cricketers face on the daily. Thank you for being so honest, Jord! Swanny is let off the leash again for the (unofficial) official IPL round-up. Mor…
 
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