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Cricket Show S8 Episode 9: Back in My Day

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Sam Lavery, Mark Garaway and David Hinchliffe have a round robin discussion about cricket.

The team chat through some things they would like to see come back to cricket that was good "back in my day". It's putting a positive spin on a generally negative viewpoint.

After this, the mailbag is opened and questions are discussed about back of the hand slower balls and converting nice twenties into huge scores.

Listen to hear it all.

 

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