The stories of those growing the game across the world. Inspiring passion. Hosts Daniel Beswick, Tim Cutler and Nick Skinner interview trailblazing players, coaches and administrators from Associate cricket and beyond in our weekly show, while bonus interviews and special episodes are released regularly. The trio also reflect on the ’week that was’ in the emerging cricket world, debating the issues affecting the game’s global growth. Emerging Cricket is an independent collective of volunteers providing independent coverage of Associate cricket and beyond. From as little as US$2 a month you can support us in our efforts to inspire passion to grow the game. Find out more at patreon.com/EmergingCricket!
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December 5, 2023 - Rumours are circulating that USA Cricket plans to exclude "ACE players" (players brought over by ACE who are soon to become eligible for USAC) from World Cup selection. Aaman and Nate discuss if these rumours hold any water. Topics... more
Aaman and Nate are joined by US umpire Bryan Caine to discuss how the USPL has raised the standard for domestic cricket in the USA, why the USA Umpires are boycotting the US Open, the ICC MTF trans ban, and the BCCI influence over the Champions Troph... more
Nick is joined by first-time co-host Ira Gorawara to discuss the recent women's quadrangular series in her home city of Hong Kong, as well as the men's Africa finals for next year's T20 World Cup.
Essential listening for anyone with an interest in cricket away from the “Big” nations.
Have only just found you guys from a mention on the final world podcast, you focus on a side of the game I’ve always been interested in, am loving every episode (especially the Italy one just released, I was searching through your back catalogue for anything about Italian cricket just a few days ago). Keep doing the good work and spreading the cricketing word!
Cutler, Beswick, and Skinner are masters of their craft. They’re also helping to raise the profile of cricket in emerging countries one episode at a time. A must listen for anyone looking for balanced coverage beyond test playing nations
This is a brilliant podcast which provides detailed coverage of associate cricket nations, beyond the Test World. It is entertaining and informative with great guests. Highly recommend!
Very engaging, interesting and informative. Recommend for anybody interested in cricket.
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