https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-z69pc-12cb5ca Greg Campbell joined his Tasmanian team-mate, David Boon, on the 1989 tour of England and played his one and only Ashes Test in the first match of the series at Headingley. Greg reveals what it was like to play in that star-studded, all-conquering side…and to room with Merv Hughes.
https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-ic2d5-1284623 Australian team manager, Ann Mitchell and one Ashes Test wonders, Annette Fellows and Karen Read, join us for a special episode celebrating the Jubilee series between Australia and England in 1984-85. The only 5 match Test series in the history of the women’s game. And what a dramatic, see-saw series it was, culminating inContinue reading “1984-85 Women’s Jubilee Series Special”
https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-69jaf-11d6d0e Like our previous guest, Murray Bennett, Dave Gilbert played his one Ashes Test at the Oval in the 6th Test of the 1985 series. Dave reveals how he went from a 10 year old boy in the crowd at the SCG during the 1971 Ashes to playing on the biggest stage for his country.Continue reading “Episode 17 – Dave Gilbert”
https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-p2gyf-1183e0f Murray Bennett was selected for the 1985 Ashes tour to England under the captaincy of Allan Border. He played his one Ashes Test in the final game of the series at the Oval. This was his third and final Test for Australia, following two against the West Indies in 1984-5. From St George, SydneyContinue reading “Episode 16 – Murray Bennett”
https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-9k6uf-1149a07 It’s a delight to welcome Jonathan Agnew of Leicestershire, England and TMS to the show. Jonathan played his one and only Ashes Test at Old Trafford in 1985. His Test debut againt the indomitable West Indies side during the ‘Blackwash’ series of 1984; his late call up to the tour of India the followingContinue reading “Episode 15 – Jonathan Agnew”
https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-7xw65-113da36 Arnie Sidebottom fulfilled many a child’s dream by playing football for Manchester United and cricket for Yorkshire. He played his one and only Test for England against Australia in 1985. He’s joined on the podcast by his son, and fellow Test cricketer, Ryan, and his captain during that Ashes series, Mr David Gower.
https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-zpf4s-112b723 Paul Parker played his one and only Test match for England in the 6th Test of the 1981 Ashes series. He joins us to talk about turning up late for Botham’s Ashes and his stellar cricketing career for Sussex and Durham. The best of times, the worst of times and some very surprising storiesContinue reading “Episode 13 – Paul Parker”
https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-dszjj-110e01a Mick Malone joins us to talk about the 1977 Ashes tour of England, that culminated in Mick taking 5-63 and scoring 46 with the bat at the Oval in his one and only Test for Australia. He also chats growing up in Scarborough, World Series Cricket and his time playing in the Lancashire LeagueContinue reading “Episode 12 – Mick Malone”
https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-99k8a-10e3189 Graham Barlow is our latest guest as he takes through his one Ashes Test at Lord’s in 1977 and his wider cricketing and sporting life. Middlesex, Loughborough University, a Test debut in India and the Centenary Test in Australia.
https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-hru4u-10aaa33 Episode 10 is the tale of two Australian fast bowlers, Ross Duncan and Pat Crawford. Ross played his one Ashes Test in 1971, in the 5th Test at the MCG, but his day in the Victorian sun was hampered by injury. Pat fared no better, managing 29 balls at Lord’s in 1956 before breakingContinue reading “Episode 10 – Ross Duncan”