Bowling the flipper with SK Warne in Zimbabwe

In this excerpt from the Cricket Library Podcast, former Australian leg spinner Peter McIntyre discusses learning to bowl the flipper and testing out whilst bowling in tandem with Warnie in Zimbabwe.

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Peter McIntyre on learning to bowl the flipper and bowling in tandem with SK Warne in Zimbabwe. #cricket #podcast #LegSpin #Flipper #CricTok

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You can listen to our full interview with Peter McIntyre here –

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.

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Peter McIntyre on the Cricket Library Podcast discussing his Test call up #BaggyGreen

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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 56th birthday. We trust you will enjoy this episode of the Cricket Library Podcast with Peter McIntyre.

Johan Botha Speaks About The Generosity Of Imran Tahir

Johan Botha is a cricketing journeyman who came through the ranks in South Africa representing his country in 5 Tests, 78 ODIs and 40 T20 Internationals. The short format specialist, has plied his craft in franchise cricket around the world with stints in the IPL, BBL and CPL.

In this excerpt, we hear from Johan on the generosity of leg spinner Imran Tahir.

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Johan Botha speaks about the generosity of Imran Tahir in sharing his knowledge with fellow leg-spin bowlers. #Cricket #Podcast #SpinBowling

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Maitlan Brown Speaks About The Impact Of The WBBL

Maitlan Brown is just about to turn 25 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.

She was also crowned Belinda Clark Medalist at the prestigious Cricket NSW Awards Night recognising her performances for the NSW Breakers and Sydney Sixers.

Here is an excerpt of her sharing about the positive impact of the WBBL on her career and the opportunities it has provided for many young players.

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Maitlan Brown was a very popular guest on the Cricket Library Podcast. Here she talks about the impact of the WBBL on her cricket career. #WBBL

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You can listen to the full interview here

Brazil Cricket Captain Roberta Moretti Avery – How Golf Helped My Cricket

Roberta Moretti-Avery is one of the most passionate cricket people you will ever meet. She is captain of the Brazil women’s team after taking up the game later in life than most.

In this excerpt from the Cricket Library Podcast, Roberta explains the transferable skills from playing golf that has helped her to have success on the cricket field.

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Brazil Cricket Captain Roberta Moretti Avery on the Cricket Library Podcast speaking about how golf helped her cricket. #Podcast #Cricket #Golf

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Jamie Siddons Reflects On Touring Pakistan

Jamie Siddons grew up in Robinvale in country Victoria playing footy in the winter and cricket in the summer. He would go on to be one of the most prolific run-scorers in Australian Domestic Cricket scoring over eleven and a half thousand runs and peeling off 35 First Class centuries.

In this excerpt, Siddons reflects on his first time touring Pakistan with the likes of AR Border and SR Waugh.

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Jamie Siddons reflects on touring Pakistan for the first time with the likes of SR Waugh and AR Border. #cricket

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Cricket Library Weekly – Season Finale

Join us for the Cricket Library Weekly season finale where Robbie and Matt reflect on the 2021/22 Summer of Cricket.

In a cricket library weekly exclusive, Robbie Mackinlay chats with resident cricket librarian Matt Fiction about his plans for the winter.

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Cricket Library Weekly – Australia Lift The World Cup & WA Lift The Shield

In this edition of the Cricket Library Weekly, Robbie and Matt look at the drought-breaking Sheffield Shield victory for WA, the World Cup win for Australia and some of the end of season award winners.

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The Last Wicket E51: Matt Ellis on combining Haiku poems and Cricket

Host of the first established cricket podcast in Australia, The Cricket Library Podcast, and author of the new book – “For The Love Of Cricket: Haiku Poems Inspired By The Summer Game” – Matt Ellis joins The Last Wicket podcast to pay tribute to Rodney Marsh and Shane Warne, talk about the ongoing tour of Pakistan by the Australian team, and share how he fell in love with Australia’s favourite summer game.