The Men’s T20 World Cup is less than 150 days away and as the excitement builds, you can join together with other passionate cricket people in SQUAD communities on Facebook.
Cricket is known for being a sport that brings people together, and by joining a SQUAD, you will be connected with passionate cricket fans like yourself to ride the highs and lows as the Men’s ICC T20 World Cup draws closer.
Aaron Wharton, the Community Engagement Lead for the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup spoke with Matt Ellis on the Cricket Library Podcast explaining what to expect when you join a SQUAD and how you can start contributing to the discussion by joining today by clicking on the link to your favourite team below.
Have a listen to the full conversation with Aaron Wharton on the Cricket Library Podcast.
Aaron Wharton is the Community Engagement Lead for the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup that will take place in Australia, which gets underway in Geelong on October 16 and culminates with the final at the MCG on Sunday, November 13.
He joins us on the Cricket Library Podcast to reminisce about some of his favourite memories of watching T20 cricket, including the inaugural T20 International between Australia and New Zealand.
As well as reflecting on the great memories of the past, Aaron shares about the work he is involved with, ensuring that the 2022 tournament will be one to remember for cricket fans around the globe.
Part of this work has been around the establishment of vibrant online communities where cricket fans can come together to connect, fuelling each other’s passion for the game.
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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