OCTOBER 20, 2014

Flirtations with Jesse

The boys discuss if Ryder can stay good for the summer, the West Indies pullout, and the Alternative Cricket Commentary's return
OCTOBER 13, 2014

What would you call a Khan who chucked?

The boys link Chaka Khan to cricket, discuss an intriguing excerpt from Gary Bartlett's book, and what Pietersen will be doing ten years from now
OCTOBER 07, 2014

A drunken disaster that wrecked a historic chase

The boys search the annals for botched fourth-innings chases and discuss John Bracewell and Happy Days. Plus, tracking Jeetan Patel's summer
SEPTEMBER 29, 2014

Desperately googling ambidextrous bowlers

The boys discuss the wisdom of switching between right-arm and left-arm, Jeetan Patel making the County XI, and wonder if Mathew Sinclair will step out of retirement
SEPTEMBER 23, 2014

Will Boult and Southee make an all-time NZ XI?

The boys wish Martin Crowe a speedy recovery, discuss cricketers turned politicians, and cricket on Mt Kilimanjaro, and compile an XI of lawyer-cricketers
SEPTEMBER 16, 2014

The underutilised, and the ergonomically unpleasing

The boys discuss odd bowling actions, the Onehunga Cricket Association, commentary doyens, and Mystery Morrison's Test wickets
SEPTEMBER 02, 2014

Why didn't anyone pick Bruce Martin?

The boys discuss Cook and Swann, Richie Benaud's lounge, and discover that Jonathan Millmow used to be a postman. Plus, the Mystery Man song
AUGUST 25, 2014

Blame Dhoni if England win the Ashes (and the World Cup)

The chaps put the boot into MSD's captaincy, and emails from around the world talk beards and Boots and early cricket memories. Plus, dreadful singing
AUGUST 18, 2014

Is Jesse really another Paul Gascoigne?

The boys discover that the NYPD actually has a cricket team, provide a lowdown on former New Zealand quick Michael Owens, and offer a musical tribute to Shahid Afridi
AUGUST 11, 2014

Beards, big guts and big money

The boys talk about the New Zealand-South Africa ODIs in October, Nick Beard and neck beards, a monstrous West Indian cricketer, and cymbal-handed wicketkeepers
JULY 28, 2014

When Jesse went pongo

The boys discuss the throbbing excitement that is 200 days to go till the World Cup, spot the slow Bodyline in England, and attack the TV coverage's technology. The News or Ruse is riddled with possibilities, and the Cleckheaton Calling is short and sweet
JULY 20, 2014

Is Jesse Ryder Mathew Sinclair in disguise?

The boys discuss the day-night Test match (and reckon it will be Adelaide), whether Jesse Ryder will make a New Zealand comeback, and are staggered again by Mark Vermeulen
JULY 12, 2014

Whose top five is that? Not New Zealand's?

The boys wade into loads of emails, meet the Buffalo, roll out an old hit about Monty P and his black patka, discuss Pakistan v NZ. And Cricket Violence Corner stars Brett Lee
JUNE 30, 2014

'Oh good, Kane's there'

Off White Thunder returns to the fray. We crystal-ball the West Indies Test series. The News or Ruse is surprisingly sophisticated. Kev introduces his 1992 World Cup Cricket Trivia Challenge. And Cricket Violence Corner is in leafy middle America.
JUNE 23, 2014

'The World Cup opener will be old-school'

And so is this podcast, hosted by Kev and The Godfather, who wallow in nostalgia, discuss the West Indies series, alternative commentary, and Mark Craig playing for the Barmy Army. Also: Cricket Violence Corner is back
FEBRUARY 21, 2014

'The goldenest of golden summers'

The team basks in the glory of a sensational season, capped by McCullum's 300, and Dylan Cleaver waxes lyrical about Martin Crowe's latest article in the Book Nook
JANUARY 17, 2014

Bullying schoolboys with a cricket bat

The lads discuss a controversy over a club match and the joys of watching England capitulate, while Tony Blain chimes in with thoughts on Graeme Swann
DECEMBER 13, 2013

The elephant in the stadium

The team discusses Ross Taylor's "chanceless" double-hundred in Dunedin, Ponting's autobiography Close of Play, and the ins and outs of the ICC's match-fixing investigations in New Zealand
NOVEMBER 29, 2013

Verbals, sore winners, and camel milk

The Ashes sledging dramas get discussed at length, Tim Southee is compared to a desert animal, and Lane suffers a horrendous Last Man Stands caught-and-bowled injury to the frank and beans
NOVEMBER 15, 2013

Bowden's return, and Guptill's future

The boys discuss the option of playing Martin Guptill in New Zealand's middle order, and Billy Bowden's umpiring comeback for the Ashes.