Cricket Library Weekly – November 3

This week on the Cricket Library Weekly we pay our respects to Alan Davidson, Ashley Mallett and Peter Philpott who all sadly passed away.

We look at some stats around the WBBL and how teams are faring as we head into the second half of the competition.

Robbie and Matt run their eye over the Marsh Sheffield Shield and Marsh One Day Cup results as well as the Mens World T20 taking place at the moment.

Loyal listener Elliott from New Zealand takes on the ‘Fact or Fiction’ challenge this week with resident cricket librarian Matt Fiction.

Please remember to subscribe to the Cricket Library Podcast on your favourite podcast provider and leave a review to help us to continue to start conversations that inspire a love of cricket.

Cricket Library Weekly 29 December The Cricket Library

In our final edition of the Cricket Library Weekly for 2022, we are joined by special guest Mary-Anne Henderson who after successfully predicting the winner of Weber WBBL|08 drops by to give her predictions for the KFC Big Bash season. Join us for all of the usual banter you have come to expect including more data than you can poke a stick at in the highly popular 'Tabbsy's Take' segment. Please remember to subscribe to the Cricket Library Podcast on your favourite podcast provider and leave a review to help us start conversations that inspire a love of cricket.  
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