Paris is a boss

Haiku Poem by Matt Fiction

One o two not out

First ton in First Class cricket

Paris is a boss

Joel Paris may not be French but the Cricket Library Podcast reached the lofty heights of number three on the Apple Cricket Podcast charts in France. Thanks to everyone in France for getting us this far, let’s see if we can take the top spot!

Bancroft scores a ton

After being sent in by Victoria, Cameron Bancroft has lead the way for WA on day one of their Shield Clash bringing up his third Sheffield Shield ton of the summer.

As we have come to expect, resident cricket librarian Matt Fiction has penned a Haiku poem to celebrate his work.

A Haiku Poem By Matt Fiction

Bancroft scores a ton

Patience and application

Batting like a pro

WA recovered from being 5-114 to finish day one at 6-291 with Josh Inglis not out 88 and Joel Paris finishing on 46 when stumps were called.

For all of the latest news as we head into the business end of the season, make sure you tune in to the Cricket Library Weekly with Robbie Mackinlay and Matt Ellis.

A net with John Cena

Back in November 2017 Maisy Gibson was in the right place at the right time when she had the chance to have a net with WWE Superstar John Cena.

We chatted with Maisy about this and heard much more about her cricket journey on our podcast last year. Maisy also reveals the three people that she would most like to have a net with.

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300 First Class wickets for Jackson Bird

To commemorate Jackson Bird reaching 300 First Class wickets, resident cricket librarian Matt fiction has penned this Haiku poem.

Haiku Poem by Matt Fiction

300 wickets

Jackson Bird is pure class

First class performance

For all of the latest cricket news tune into the Cricket Library Weekly with Robbie Mackinlay and Matt Ellis.

The Mack and Kershaw show

Katie Mack and Erica Kershaw have helped lead the ACT to victory in their final WNCL game of the season. Kershaw finished with a well made 52 while Mack playing her 50th WNCL game was dismissed just five runs short of a century.

Katie had a magnificent season with the willow finishing with 418 runs for the season with a very healthy average of 59.71.

Erica and Katie were both very popular guests on the Cricket Library Podcast last year.

Milestone for Mack as she approaches 50 WNCL games

Katie Mack has had a stellar start to the WNCL season sitting on top of the leading run scorers list for the Abode Hotels ACT Meteors with 323 runs which puts her third of all the batters in the WNCL competition this summer. She has flourished at the top of the order setting a solid platform for her team with consistent contributions.

A regular in the Meteors line up for some time now, Katie will register her 50th game in the WNCL this weekend when she lines up against the Scorpions.

She was a highly popular guest on the Cricket Library Podcast last year with fellow meteor Erica Kershaw. You can hear more of their stories here.