Hitting The Mercantile Mutual Cup Sign – Graham Manou Reflects

Graham Manou was a popular guest on the cricket library podcast with listeners enjoying his reflections on hitting the prestigious Mercantile Mutual Cup sign on two separate occasions.

In this clip, Graham shares his memories of hitting the sign for the first time against Western Australia at the Adelaide Oval.

Have a listen to the full chat where you can also hear about the second time he hit the sign whilst also learning of where his passion for the game began, making his 1st Class debut in Zimbabwe, captaining his state & what it was like to bat with test match double centurion Jason Gillespie. Graham also sheds some insights on family life and his transition out of the game.

Needless to say, he will select three people he would most like to have a net with and his selections are sure to appeal to the cricket nuffy in all of us.

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What did Richard Chee Quee Bowl?

Richard Chee Quee was a cult hero for NSW plundering bowling attacks in the Mercantile Mutual Cup competition in the early 90s.

What you may not know is that Richard Chee Quee actually rolled the arm over on one occasion for NSW in Domestic One Day Cricket.

We asked former NSW paceman Wayne Holdsworth to give an assessment of his work in a recent chat for the Cricket Library Podcast.

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