Posts by thecricketcouch

Couch Talk 159 with Kiran More

By thecricketcouch • March 25, 2015

Former Indian wicket-keeper Kiran More talks about his career, glovemen he admired, the deterioration in wicket keeping technique in modern day cricket, his memories …

Most Beautiful Cricket Grounds

By thecricketcouch • March 12, 2015

Kathleen and I are nearing the end of our 255-day trip around the cricketing world. We wrote a piece for Mint Newspaper about the …

MiD DAY: Stephen Fleming on Mohit Sharma

By thecricketcouch • March 12, 2015

Hamilton: In the pack of fast bowlers that have played for India in this World Cup so far, Mohit Sharma is the ‘little man’. He …

Couch Talk 158 with Dion Nash

By thecricketcouch • March 11, 2015

Former New Zealand fast bowler Dion Nash talks about his career interrupted by injuries, NZ’s performances in the 1996 and 1999 World Cup, bowling …

ICC 360 Interview

By thecricketcouch • March 8, 2015

Kathleen and I were recently interviewed on the TV program ICC 360 about our trip around the cricketing world.
It was filmed outside the Melbourne …

MiD DAY: From PAK v UAE

By thecricketcouch • March 7, 2015

It was a contest between a movable object and a stoppable force as Pakistan took on UAE at the quiet seaside town of Napier …

Couch Talk 157 with Dan Bretting “Whitewash to Whitewash”

By thecricketcouch • March 5, 2015

In this episode, ESPNcricinfo’s Daniel Brettig talks about his new book “Whitewash to Whitewas” covering the ebb and flow in Australian cricket between the …

Couch Talk 156 with Nathan Bracken

By thecricketcouch • March 4, 2015

Former Australian bowler Nathan Bracken talks about his career cut short by injury, 2007 World Cup, the epic 438 game vs South Africa, the …

MID DAY: From Australia v New Zealand

By thecricketcouch • March 1, 2015

Auckland: There was buzz. It was on the flight in to Auckland from Melbourne. It was in the airport with images of Kiwi cricketers staring …

MID DAY: From Sri Lanka v Bangladesh

By thecricketcouch • March 1, 2015

Melbourne: The Bangladesh cricket team, it is said, have some of the most talented players in their side. But it seems they lack everything else …