December 30, 2019
Daryl Tuffey represented New Zealand across all three formats claiming 77 Test wickets and 110 ODI wickets for his country. He played 91 First Class matches claiming 288 wickets with the remarkable best figures of 7-12.
In our chat we discuss his progression from First Class Cricket into the International arena, the three World Cup campaigns he was involved in, the leadership of Stephen Fleming as well as the first T20 International between NZ and Australia.
Daryl also shares his views on the current series between Australia and NZ in particular the tremendous efforts of Neil Wagner with the ball.
We also get to hear about life after professional cricket working with Moa Beer and starting an apprenticeship.
We trust you will enjoy our final episode for 2020!
September 8, 2019
Peter McIntyre progressed through the ranks at Essendon playing club cricket to make his debut for Victoria in the Sheffield Shield at the MCG in March 1989. A couple of years later he would spend some time at the Commonwealth Bank Cricket Academy eventually moving to play First Class Cricket for South Australia. Peter was selected to play for Australia A in the controversial 1994/5 Series which featured Australia, England and Zimbabwe. It was this summer that he was selected to become Baggy Green 364 when he was selected for the Ashes Test at the Adelaide Oval. Peter later had the opportunity to tour the sub-continent playing a Test against India dismissing Sachin Tendulkar. One of the great summers for Peter was the 1995/6 summer winning the Sheffield Shield where his work with the bat proved to be invaluable. His First Class career came to a close in 2002 having played 97 matches with 322 wickets to his name. We trust you will enjoy this episode of the Cricket Library Podcast with Peter McIntyre.
August 21, 2019
Wayne Holdsworth was a distinguished First Class Cricketer who claimed 212 wickets in his career. He made an immediate impact for NSW claiming 6-55 on debut at the MCG against Victoria and went on to win a number of Sheffield Shield titles with NSW including a match winning 7-41 against Queensland in the 1992/3 decider at the SCG. This was followed by a berth on the 1993 Ashes tour where he will long be remembered for taking a hat trick against Derbyshire. Not to be forgotten are his batting exploits in the the Mercantile Mutual Cup dispatching a career best 49* off 18 balls against Tasmania at the North Sydney Oval. In our chat with Wayne we re live some of these memories among others as well as finding out what he is up to now.
August 11, 2019
Marty Rhone is a household name in the entertainment industry having performed on stage and screen to audiences around the world. What you may not know is that Marty is also a self confessed cricket tragic. In this episode of The Cricket Library Podcast, we ask Marty where his passion for the game stems from. We also chat about his involvement in the development of girls cricket on the North Shore of Sydney at the Kissing Point Cricket Club. Marty also gives is an update on his latest projects in this chat you are sure to enjoy!
July 28, 2019
After a strong showing in the 1988/89 Australian domestic season, Greg Campbell found himself on the 1989 Ashes tour where he pushed his case for Test selection with some impressive performances on the tour. In this edition of the show we talk with Greg about how he found out the news that he would be making his Test debut at Headingly as well as other highlights in a career that was cut short by injuries. We also find out what Greg is up to now.
July 15, 2019
Network Seven journalist Nina Stevens is our special guest in the first episode of the new season of the Cricket Library Podcast. In our chat with the official patron of the #CricketCountdown we hear about how Nina developed a love of the game, discuss the Men's World Cup Final, look ahead to the Women's Ashes starting later this week, explore strategies for staying up late to watch the cricket as well as looking back on some of our favourite #Ashes memories.
August 13, 2015
Justin Langer was recalled to the Australian team for the Fifth Test of the 2001 Ashes Series and ensured it was a memorable one posting a century and setting the platform for a magnificent Australian victory.