Bes, Tim and Nick wrap the T20I series between Namibia and Uganda, before catching up with EC's Nepal Correspondent, Dipesh Pandit, to preview Nepal's upcoming home T20I tri-series and the state of the game in the country.
In this episode of Deep Point, we hear more from our USA correspondent Nate Hays as he is joined by ESPNCricinfo journalist Peter Della Penna and longtime US cricket observer Dave Jagernauth to discuss the upcoming U19s national championships in Houston.
To preview the upcoming tri-series against Nepal and Malaysia we're joined by Dutch Men's Captain Pieter Seelaar, we discuss Uganda's tour to Namibia and wrap the week of Emerging Cricket news
We're joined by EC USA Correspondent Nate Hays (@CricFanUSA) to discuss the politics and struggles of cricket in the country, plus we wrap a big week of news, including Sandeep Lamichhane to Worcestershire, Joe Dawes resigning as PNG Coach and the return of Kenya's African Premier League.
In a big week in the emerging game, we congratulate Tim on his appointment of Vanuatu CEO, discuss the rumblings from the ICC and their own CEO, highlight the punishment for those involved with fixers and celebrate the return of the Auty Cup, the game's oldest international rivalry.
At the top of the show, we're excited to deliver some breaking news on one of our very own, before sitting down again with Kevin O'Brien to discuss Ireland's Full Membership, their friendly rivalry with Afghanistan and his future plans post-career.
Pivotal in Ireland's Full Membership achievement, O'Brien has been a symbolic figure in emerging cricket, held as a glowing example of why the game needs to grow. Kevin sat down with Tim, Nick and Bes to discuss the state of emerging cricket, THAT innings in Bangalore ten years ago and Ireland's growth in the sport.
As new streaming rights are announced by the ICC, will the likes of CWCL2 and the Challenge Leagues run in their entirety? Bes, Tim and Nick discuss the competitions' chances among other news, before they catch up again with Claire Polosak!
After wrapping news in the emerging game this week, Nick, Tim and Bes sit down with umpire Claire Polosak, who became the first woman to umpire a men's ODI back at WCL2 in 2019. Polosak discusses her umpiring journey and reflects on a huge summer, where she became the first woman to officiate in a men's Test match, when India toured Australia.
In an action-packed pod Bes delivers some breaking news from the ICC regarding Cricket World Cup League 2 action, plus the boys talk about the prospects of T10 cricket and USA recruitment PLUS part two our our chat with Kyle Coetzer and Kathyn Bryce!