Heather Graham Special Guest On The Cricket Library Weekly

IMAGE COURTESY OF HOBART HURRICANES

In our second episode for the 2022/23 season, we are joined by special guest Heather Graham from the Hobart Hurricanes.

Heather who is one of only three players in the 100 wicket / 1000 run club in the WBBL, shares with us the origins of her passion for cricket and reflects on the key ingredients to the successful teams she has been a part of.

She speaks about what is ahead for the Hurricanes, looks back on winning the WBBL in her 100th game and how much it would mean to the players to send coach Dan Marsh out a winner.

Robbie and Matt run their eye over some of the key performances in the Australian Men’s Domestic summer to date and the ever popular Tabbsy’s Take segment returns after receiving plenty of plaudits following the world premiere of the segment last week.

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Cricket Library Weekly – 9 December 2022 The Cricket Library

This week Robbie Mackinlay returns to the Cricket Library Weekly and is joined by Matt Ellis as they run their eye over the squads for the upcoming KFC Big Bash Season. Tabbsy takes us through a raft of statistics covering off on some interesting Adelaide Oval data and further discussions around the batting prowess of Marnus Labuschagne. Finally, we take a look at the Australian Women's Cricket team tour of India where Alyssa Healy will take on the captaincy responsibilities. 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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