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Cricket Show S5 Episode 10: The Collingwood Captaincy Files

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The team pack in a 4 person round table as Burners is back live, joining David Hinchliffe, Mark Garaway and Sam Lavery to talk cricket coaching and playing.

Due to technical issues, the show is slightly shorter this week, but you can still hear Garas, Lavers and Burners in crystal clear stereo as they discuss how to coach "mystery spin".

Plus your questions are answered on captaincy under pressure - with a great story about an England captain, and dealing with knee pain. And if you only take one thing from the show, it's Burners' advice on avoiding injury!

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This is show number 253.

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Really thanks for answering my question. I will give up captaincy and focus on my batting and keeping then.