Auckland Cricket Podcast
For people who just can't get enough cricket!
What's it all about? Well, it's a chance to have a listen to a bunch of blokes who like their cricket, like a laugh and want to tell you the odd thing that you might not already know.
There'll be one every fortnight over the course of the season, so keep coming back to check out the next instalment.
We also want your thoughts, feedback, brickbats and bouquets so feel free to contact us - firstname.lastname@example.org.
Who are you listening to? Check out the guys profiles below
Jamie Lloyd - Quite possibly the coolest man in the Auckland Cricket offices (the competition is not strong), Jamie lives and breathes cricket. When he is not appearing around Auckland schools in a fluro green MILO tracksuit encouraging kids to play cricket (and considering the tracksuit, possibly scarring some of them for life), he is either watching cricket or talking about cricket.
Neel Rai - What Neel doesn't know about cricket isn't worth knowing, and quite frankly most of what he does know about cricket isn't worth knowing either. A walking encycolpedia of cricket facts and stats, Neel spends much of his time buried in the deep dark recesses of the Cric Info archives searching for facts on little known Tanzanian U19 wicketkeepers...but apart from that he's very nice.
Iain Laxon - A man whose full cricketing background extends to a long stint as specialist captain in the bowels of the one day grades, Iain has been a lifelong New Zealand cricket supporter, although he is not a manic depressive as that description might suggest. His qualifications for this podcast beyond that are that he's the only one who knows how to work the equipment.
Neil Gray - The pod's overseas import, Neil is a fairy story come true as he went from long time listener to part-time podder. When he's not confusing people with his Glaswegian brogue Neil is Auckland Cricket's face in secondary schools around the region. The only podder still playing the game Neil is therefore uniquely qualified to give the player's perspective...doesn't mean we have to listen to him though.