Michael Klinger Reflects On Captaining South Australia

Michael Klinger amassed over 11 thousand first-class runs throughout his distinguished career predominately for Victoria, South Australia, Western Australia and Gloucestershire. When he retired he was the leading run-scorer in the history of the Big Bash and has since only been passed by Chris Lynn and Aaron Finch.

The very popular guest on the Cricket Library Podcast reflects on taking the call to captain South Australia and the success that the team had in his time steering the ship.

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Michael Klinger speaks about what he learned while captaining the South Australian cricket team. #crictok #cricket #cricketpodcast #MichaelKlinger

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