The Podcast looks back on England's 2-0 win in the npower Test Series v Bangladesh...with skipper Andrew Strauss, man of the match at Old Trafford Ian Bell - and man of the series Steven Finn.
Resident podcast pundit Mike Gatting feels England kept their foot on the pedal to do a professional job and put Bangladesh to the sword....in a full reflection on the Series.
Glamorgan director of cricket Matthew Maynard sings the praises of Jim Allenby as he talks about a promising start to the season on all fronts at the SWALEC Stadium; while Stephen Lamb also catches up with head groundsman there Keith Exton, preparer of the 2009 Ashes pitch in Cardiff.
At Lord's, head coach Mark Alleyne explains his role in developing new talent through the MCC Young Cricketers programme.
Meanwhile, West Indies legend Michael Holding gives some forthright views on the future of Twenty20 cricket against Test cricket; views not shared by ECB's Steve Elworthy, who sees the developmental value of the t20 product, with Test cricket still the pinnacle of the sport.
And Ralph Dellor catches up with Bunbury's founder David English... who has helped raise millions for good causes through cricket, while the Bunbury ESCA under-15 continue to churn out talent for England.
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