LISTEN: Cricket Badger podcast with Graeme Fowler and John Blain
The Cricket Badger, James Buttler, chats to former England batsman Graeme Fowler and Scotland pace bowler John Blain on this week’s pod…
Former Durham, Lancashire and England opening batsman Fowler takes on the Badger 20 Questions. Some superb answers as he chats mental health, his recent book ‘Mind Over Batter’ and sets the cricket world to rights about The Hundred.
Blain, meanwhile, talks about his pride at being inducted into the Scotland Cricket Hall of Fame. John talks about his career and cricket in Scotland. He also gives an exclusive on why he left the Scotland camp ahead of the 2009 T20 World Cup.
Two superb guests – we hope you enjoy the chat.
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