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In cricket or life you never want to get beaten. But the game can bite you, and you can get BITTEN. BITTEN by the game OR SMITTEN by its characters, whatever one may choose to call happened to me in my teens. As a kid in a Bengali household I was often the victim of mum’s pathological hatred for the game. ‘Baba porte Bosho’ (get on with your books), she would say, when a generation was being charmed by a man called Sachin Tendulkar, the guile of Shane Warne, Anil Kumble’s grit or Laxman/Drav ...
 
Former England Cricketer Jeremy Snape has spent the past ten years researching 'The Winning Mindset' of some of the world’s most successful performers. His journey has taken him around the world, interviewing elite sports stars and coaches, as well as neuroscientists and leaders from the performing arts, business and the military. In this podcast series, Jeremy takes you Inside the Mind of Champions, sharing their exclusive micro lessons to accelerate success in your life and career.
 
I wanted to be a hundred things in life --cricketer, politician, navy commander, doctor, engineer, and lawyer -- you name it, and it would catch my fancy. I became an Electrical Engineer, but it was hardly an end of the dreamer in me. I moved on to writing, started a blog, and published short stories. However, last night it dawned upon me that I talk so little. And so little in English. Now I am taking the next leap in my life, starting a Podcast. I will recite stories, poems, sometimes I wi ...
 
One dark and stormy night, a stranger arrives in West Sussex at a village inn. He is heavily clad in an overcoat and his face is wrapped in bandages. He takes a room at the inn, but refuses to socialize with anyone. He stays cooped up in his room all day and night, working with strange chemicals and apparatus. Suddenly, strange events begin to happen in the village. Mysterious burglaries and fires break out, culminating in a destructive rampage across the peaceful countryside. The stranger i ...
 
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G’day legends. Welcome back or welcome to the Cricket Mentoring Podcast. The idea of this podcast is to share the unique stories of cricketers, coaches and performance experts, with the aim of giving you; serious & committed cricketers, coaches or parents, some techniques, strategies and inspiration so you can become a better and more confident cri…
 
Put your drinks down and get the blotters out because there is a new game in town! It's time for some No Balls BINGO! A sad end to Henry Two Fingers, but the time is right. Shouting about semen, calls from the captain and embarrassing cricket crowd stories. Another eclectic mix of cricket and chaos. And sadly, the girl's had to swan in with Swanny …
 
Episode 7 features the opening batsman, Roger Prideaux who played his one Ashes Test at Headingley in 1968. We also hear from Australian cricketing legend, Neil Harvey, who tells us the story of his brother Merv, who played one Ashes Test in 1947. Plus, Ian Chappell and David Frith give their views on the D'Oliveira affair that dominated the 1968 A…
 
The girl's fly solo this week in an attempt to tackle some emails. Instead, they end up down a slippery slope discussing Crown Jewels. What else would you expect? The difference between red & white cricket balls, Swanny's IPL round up and nosey receptionists.. all sounding 3D because they've FINALLY got some recording equipment! Thank you Samson & …
 
The Rajasthan Royals winning the inaugural Indian Premier League in 2008 was one of the greatest fairy tales in cricket history. Today I wind the clock back to then, and reflect over some key leadership insights that lead to their success. Tune in to learn more about the mindset needed to perform under pressure and how stories and social bonds cont…
 
A very big, warm, No Balls welcome to this week's guest; World Cup winner Jordan Williams. And what an absolute delight he is. An amazing insight into the adversity and difficulties that our disability cricketers face on the daily. Thank you for being so honest, Jord! Swanny is let off the leash again for the (unofficial) official IPL round-up. Mor…
 
Hey Legends! Welcome to Monday Mentoring! Every Monday we will be sharing a question from our Cricket Mentoring Community with you. This week: Question: Hi Scolls I hope you don't take this the wrong way! In your own game, you score loads of 20's/30's in WACA Grade Cricket. What is stopping you going on to get the bigger scores you obviously strive…
 
The first guest of Season 5 and the spot belongs to the one and only Lauren Winfield-Hill.. aka Lozzy. One of the most honest episodes touching on married life in lockdown, that World Cup Final and the challenges of chronic illness and the impact on a professional athlete. Lozzy is an absolute delight to have on the pod. The girls also welcome back…
 
It’s been over 12 months of remote working for most of us, and at Sporting Edge we’re now remote-first, so it’s been a big learning curve to get to where we are now. It’s a good chance to reflect in this episode about working virtually, and how to build a thriving environment that doesn’t create Zoom fatigue. I’ve chosen some great practical tips f…
 
Monday Mentoring Ep05 - Game day mindset We got this question from one of the members of The Cricket Mentoring Community during a LIVE Q & A with Scolls. Q: Couple of questions to you around Game-day Mindset. 1) I felt like I was in a Negative frame of mindset last Game. Maybe, I lacked the motivation compared to the other games I played this seaso…
 
Episode 6 features the New South Wales and Australia wicket-keeper, Brian Taber. Brian played 16 Tests in total for Australia, including one in the Ashes on the 1968 tour of England. In addition, Stephen Chalke takes us through the first three MCC tours of Australia following the Second World War and the three English wicket-keepers who would join …
 
Lisa Sthalekar was the leading all rounder in the world when the ICC rankings for women were introduced. She was the first woman to score 1000 runs and take 100 wickets in ODIS. Today she plies her trade in the commentary box, her voice making an impact. Listen to the former Australian Women’s Captain on the Business Called Cricket Lisa Sthalekar w…
 
Nobody likes change... except when it means you get a new episode of No Balls earlier! It's hard to tell whether the plot was lost mid way through this episode, or whether there actually never was a plot to lose. You decide. Nonsense, a few LBWs, more nonsense, upstairs with Rudi Koertzen, further nonsense and another pretty questionable impression…
 
An in depth interview with Chris Woakes, England's player of 2020 who hasn't had a game since, exploring how he has dealt with the winter and endless quarantine, who he'd really like to dismiss in the IPL and why he's called Captain America See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Surprise! It's the sneakiest start to a season yet. The girl's decided they missed their Friday's without the podcast so what better day to release Season 5 than on Good Friday! This is probably the most "No Balls" episode Hartley & Crossy have recorded. Day One listeners will know what this means... absolute carnage! Toilet rolls, Instagram DMs, b…
 
On the Business Called Cricket this week, former Indian Cricket Captain Kapil Dev talks about his passion for golf. He has been inducted into PGTI’s board to give the game a shot in the arm. Kapil Dev will now be involved in channelizing funds to support it at the grassroots, because golf no longer is a rich person’s sport. There are over 200 scrat…
 
Hey Legends! Welcome to Monday Mentoring! Every Monday we will be sharing a question from our Cricket Mentoring Community with you. This week: Question: How do you decide if a trigger movement is the right thing for you or not? On somedays I seem to be playing well when I move back and across but on others I play better just staying still until the…
 
Episode 5 features Pat Pocock of Surrey and Engand. It's a tale of riots, abandoned tours and severed toes. Pat's one Ashes Test was in 1968 at Old Trafford but his Test career spanned 27 years. He is our most capped One Ashes Test Wonder - appearing in 25 Test matches in total.על ידי Graham Barrett
 
Innovation is a team effort. But when and where do you best innovate? In this episode, I select powerful insights from the Sporting Edge Members Library to highlight practical strategies that you can apply to boost your organisation’s innovation. Hear from experts like the Sporting Director of the Aston Martin Formula One team Andy Stevenson and th…
 
Hey Legends! Welcome to Monday Mentoring! Every Monday we will be sharing a question from our Cricket Mentoring Community with you. This week: Question: When I'm training to play short balls (with someone chucking them down from the other end), I generally play them quite well. But when I face short balls in the nets, I tend to hesitate and move aw…
 
In this micro-lesson I explore the role of setbacks in sport and how it’s a necessary process for growth. It’s part of my interview on the Giving The Game Away with Cam Scott and Joel Barber. Take advantage of Sporting Edge’s Founder Membership discount and get access to over 600 world class video insights from the world’s best thinkers and perform…
 
Have you ever wondered what it takes for live cricket to come to your drawing room on your television sets? On the next episode of The Business Called Cricket, Sanjog Gupta, The Head of Sports, Star India breaks down all the complication functions and gives us insight into a fascinating world of Cricket Broadcasting Ravi Ashwin’s 400 Test wickets o…
 
Hey Legends! Welcome to Monday Mentoring! Every Monday we will be sharing a question from our Cricket Mentoring Community with you. This week: Question: I have found I am having trouble with early in swing from LH Bowling. I am Right-handed and looking at protecting my stumps but have struggled to get out LBW. Please give some advice to help!l…
 
Eric Russell and Peter Allan are our featured cricketers on Episode 4. They both played their one Ashes Test at Brisbane in December 1965. And that's not the only thing they have in common. We also take a look at another one Ashes Test wonder from the 1965-66 Ashes: David Sincock of Adelaide. His cousin, Denis Brien reveals how David bamboozled the…
 
After such incredible feedback on last week's episode, the girl's didn't think it was the right time to take their season break. So they have a special bonus episode, complete with special guest: Graeme Swann! From test wickets to home schooling, elbow injuries to Strictly Come Dancing, tour life to retirement; this hour long special covers a lot o…
 
Bestselling author, entrepreneur, speaker and a trusted advisor to businesses around the world, Rasmus Ankersen is an expert on performance development. In today’s episode, I dive deep into his insights in spotting and nurturing talent. Tune in to learn more about how talent ‘Gold Mines’ start and the role of luck, passion and motivation converting…
 
Great Away Tours New Zealand v Australia T20 Series Jimmy Neesham India v England Sheffield Shield International Women's Day Gideon Haigh #AskTGC Check out our Patreon for exclusive content every single week at https://www.patreon.com/gradecricketer This episode is brought to you by Budgy Smuggler. You can get free shipping on your order by using t…
 
Hey Legends! Welcome to Monday Mentoring! Every Monday we will be sharing a question from our Cricket Mentoring Community with you. This week: Question: I’ll be playing 20 and 40 overs this year, for you personally how does your mindset/ intent change based on the length of cricket your playing?על ידי Tom Scollay: Ex-pro cricketer, athlete mentor & entrepreneur
 
Friday wouldn't be Friday without a new episode of No Balls: TCP now would it? It's no secret that this past week has been one which has drawn some attention to social media, in particular one of Hartley's tweets, and so the girl's take the opportunity to discuss what happened and the effects of online abuse. Hopefully this can be a reminder to eve…
 
G’day legends. Welcome back or welcome to the Cricket Mentoring Podcast. It’s been a while since we published an episode so it’s great to be back. Thank you for listening! The idea of this podcast is to share the unique stories of cricketers, coaches and performance experts, with the aim of giving you; serious & committed cricketers, coaches or par…
 
Tune in to these bite-sized snippets from my interview with Ben Ferbrache from the Guernsey Cricket Podcast called Under The Covers. Today’s micro-lesson covers the infamous ‘moon ball’, the psychology of T20 cricket and training strategies that will give you increased confidence and focus. If you’d like to learn how to think like a pro – explore o…
 
TGC lands one of its white whales, as the 44th Australian Test Captain, 2 x time Allan Border Medalist, World Cup Winner and Ashes winner Shane Watson sits down with two blokes from the internet to discuss his wrestling matches at the cricket academy, being Sutherland's 'Dick of The Day' in grade cricket, Stuart Law's tough "love", his use of the D…
 
The Skeleton Hiders (aka New Zealand) lead Australia 2-0 at home in their T20 Series. How many credits in the bank for Finch? India v England review and Preview Pitches, Ashwin, Selections, Asian Century Colin Miller in Las Vegas #AskTGC involving smashing fingers with a hammer Check out our Patreon for exclusive content every single week at https:…
 
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