In this podcast series we chat with people involved in the women and girl’s game so that listeners can benefit from their insights, experience and knowledge. We speak with players, coaches, teachers, umpires, administrators, parents and execs.
Episode 56: Kiyo Jason
29:40On today’s episode I’m joined by Kiyo Jason who is an ECB L3 coach (soon to be L4) based in London where he coaches at Spencer CC and is also a coach at St Paul’s School. He is also completing his Sports Fitness and Management Degree with the OU.
Episode 55: Henry Moeran
46:47On today’s episode I’m joined by Henry Moeran, BBC TMS commentator.
Episode 54: Luke Pomfret
33:05On today’s episode I’m joined by Luke Pomfret.
Episode 53: Charles Dagnall
57:34On today’s episode I’m joined by Charles Dagnall aka Daggers. He shares his life story in cricket and his views on how The Hundred has helped the women’s game so much.
Episode 52: Mark Hudson
45:26Our guest this week is Mark Hudson who is Chairman of Market Overton CC and Cricket Development Officer for Leicestershire County Cricket Club Women and Girls
Episode 51: Nida Dar’s life in women and girls cricket
37:53In this episode we hear from Pakistan National Women’s senior player Nida Dar and find out about her story of progressing to the National side, winning gold medals having started off playing with her brothers and pretending to be a boy.
Episode 50: Chris Watmough
42:50On today’s episode of the Lives In Cricket podcast I’m joined by Chris Watmough. Chris is a former England women’s cricketer and was a part of the first women’s team to play a match at Lords!
Episode 49: Annie Chave
37:16On today’s episode of the Lives In Cricket podcast I’m joined by Annie Chave.
Episode 48: Elena Maria Wentzel
21:55On today’s episode of the Lives In Cricket podcast I’m joined by Junior South African Cricketer Elena Maria Wentzel. She is currently playing club cricket in New Zealand and has aspirations to progress her game further back in South Africa.
Episode 47: Alice Hill
33:22On today’s episode of the Lives In Cricket podcast I talk to Alice Hill. Alice is Captain of Gloucestershire Women’s CCC.