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Woody’s IPL bowling coach and pace legend Morné Morkel joins the guys to discuss his chaotic debut for South Africa amongst a range of topics from his career. Meanwhile the mailbag is not to be missed as we bring Season 5 to a close…for now. more
Legendary sports broadcaster, music journalist and unlikely cricket lover, Danny Kelly joins the guys this week in a really engrossing chat on cricket and much more. Woody and Miles discuss Mark’s successful start in the IPL with Lucknow. more
We’re back and joined by Newcastle United midfielder and Tynemouth CC bowler, Sean Longstaff. He reveals his love of cricket and hatred of truffle, while Woody and Miles chat on the eve of Mark’s successful debut for Lucknow Super Giants in the IPL. ... more
Really enjoyable, great fun and recommended for any cricket enthusiast
Just “found” this. Binging over a wet weekend. Made an old lady very happy! Cheers
I’ve always like mark wood and found his honest and funny, he seems to work really well with miles jupp, they have now made it my life’s ambition to see a cricketer in a petrol station. more
Funny, insightful, just brilliant and so entertaining!
An excellent , funny but very informative podcast. Some very good interviews and other insights into the game by two cricket loving presenters - one a comedian who clearly understands the game the other a current international cricket star who , despite the stereotype ‘clown’ image , is a deep thinker and provides important insight into the modern game at the professional level .
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Middle Please, Umpire launched 2 years ago and published 41 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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