New episode of the Cricket Library Podcast coming soon!

It is nearly time to celebrate as a new episode of the Cricket Library Podcast is coming soon. So far in our new season we have heard from the likes of Paul Adams, Daniel Marsh and Maitlan Brown.

No doubt you are as excited as we are about the next episode that should be hitting the podcast feeds by the end of the week.

In the meantime, we recommend you go through the back catalogue and listen to one of our previous guests.

Maitlan Brown – Special Guest on the Cricket Library Podcast The Cricket Library

Maitlan Brown is just about to turn 24 and is one of the most exciting young talents in the game. She has made an impact with the ball, demonstrated athleticism in the field and contributed valuable runs with the willow. In this episode of the Cricket Library Podcast we will hear more about where Maitlan's love of the game started, her time in the NSW junior pathway, moving to Canberra, playing for the Renegades, touring India, her call up to the Australian squad, injury rehab as well as her return to NSW this summer. We also learn about some of her off field creative pursuits as an award-winning industrial design student. Needless to say we ask Maitlan who she would most like to have a net with. Her  selections combine a mix of cricket, comedy and musical genius. In fact one of her selections provided entertainment at a Cricket Australia Awards night. 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.
  1. Maitlan Brown – Special Guest on the Cricket Library Podcast
  2. Dan Marsh – Special Guest on the Cricket Library Podcast
  3. Paul Adams Interview
  4. Cricket Library Weekly – QLD Lift the Shield

Happy birthday DR Tuffey

Daryl Tuffey represented New Zealand across all three formats claiming 77 Test wickets and 110 ODI wickets for his country. He played 91 First Class matches claiming 288 wickets with the remarkable best figures of 7-12.

In our chat we discuss his progression from First Class Cricket into the International arena, the three World Cup campaigns he was involved in, the leadership of Stephen Fleming as well as the first T20 International between NZ and Australia.

Take a moment on his birthday to have a listen to the Daryl Tuffey story on the Cricket Library Podcast.

Katie Mack takes top gong for third consecutive year.

Congratulations to former guest on the Cricket Library Podcast Katie Mack who has won her third consecutive Bronwyn Calver Medal for Meteors player of the year at the 2021 ACT Cricket Awards.

It is a testament to her skill & commitment as well as her desire to get the best out of herself. At the Cricket Library we are thrilled to see her receive this honour.

Well done Katie Mack!

To hear more about Katie and her cricket career so far, make sure you go back and have a listen to her appearance on the podcast last year.

Wingham to WBBL – The Maitlan Brown story on the Cricket Library Podcast

Maitlan Brown is just about to turn 24 and is one of the most exciting young talents in the game. She has made an impact with the ball, demonstrated athleticism in the field and contributed valuable runs with the willow.

In this episode of the Cricket Library Podcast we will hear more about where Maitlan’s love of the game started, her time in the NSW junior pathway, moving to Canberra, playing for the Renegades, touring India, her call up to the Australian squad, injury rehab as well as her return to NSW this summer. We also learn about some of her off field creative pursuits as an award-winning industrial design student.

Needless to say we ask Maitlan who she would most like to have a net with. Her  selections combine a mix of cricket, comedy and musical genius. In fact one of her selections provided entertainment at a Cricket Australia Awards night.

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.

Dan Marsh – Special guest on the Cricket Library Podcast

Dan Marsh grew up surrounded by cricket and it is no surprise he continues to have a passion for the game.

In this edition of the Cricket Library Podcast we delve further into his early memories of the game, being the son of a Test cricketer, breaking into 1st class cricket, playing overseas and captaining Tasmania in their first Sheffield Shield Final win.

We also get some insights into Mark Taylor’s bowling and find out which three people Dan would invite to the nets. No doubt this will win high praise from the cricket nuffies who tune in with a strong cricket theme present in his selections.

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.

Daniel Marsh Interview – Coming soon to the Cricket Library Podcast.

Keep your eye out on your podcast feeds for our highly anticipated chat with the first man to captain Tasmania to a Sheffield Shield final win Dan Marsh.

We will hear about growing up with his Dad playing for Australia, where his love of the game started and his career highlights playing 1st Class Cricket.

You will not want to miss this one.

Paul Adams special guest on the Cricket Library Podcast

Iconic South African spinner Paul Adams is our first guest in the new season of the Cricket Library Podcast.

Paul shares his story of his meteoric rise to the South African test team as a teenager, playing in the 1996 World Cup, dealing with being in and out of the team as well as reflecting on some of his career highlights.

We wrap up our chat by asking Paul which three people he would most like to the nets with another spinner getting an invite alongside a wrapper and a famous political leader.

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.

Happy Birthday PE McIntyre

Peter McIntyre progressed through the ranks at Essendon playing club cricket to make his debut for Victoria in the Sheffield Shield at the MCG in March 1989. A couple of years later he would spend some time at the Commonwealth Bank Cricket Academy eventually moving to play First Class Cricket for South Australia.

Peter was selected to play for Australia A in the controversial 1994/5 Series which featured Australia, England and Zimbabwe. It was this summer that he was selected to become Baggy Green 364 when he was selected for the Ashes Test at the Adelaide Oval.

Peter later had the opportunity to tour the sub-continent playing a Test against India dismissing Sachin Tendulkar.

One of the great summers for Peter was the 1995/6 summer winning the Sheffield Shield where his work with the bat proved to be invaluable.

His First Class career came to a close in 2002 having played 97 matches with 322 wickets to his name.

Today he celebrates his 55th birthday. We trust you will enjoy this episode of the Cricket Library Podcast with Peter McIntyre.

COMING SOON – Paul Adams on the Cricket Library Podcast

We are very pleased to announce that Paul Adams will be our first guest on our new season of the Cricket Library Podcast which will be airing in the coming weeks. It is very exciting to be able to share more of the story of the man affectionately known as ‘The frog in a blender’.