We wrap up season two of The Sledge with “THE SLEDGE AWARDS”!
This week, the Sledge panel of Ryan Thomas, Mick Nevenvand Jonathan Howcroft examine the upcoming battles for the resurgent Australian team.
It’s Nicko, Jono and Murray wrapping up the Ashes. (Read: roasting England like it’s Sunday lunch!)
It’s Dennis Freedman, Mick Neven and host Ryan Thomas versus the BBL, the English top order, and ICC Test Team of the Year.
This week, we go all Sixty Minutes as Ryan and Jono chat all things Adelaide.
The Sledge panel are here to discuss everything you need to know about the first Ashes test.
Sports writer Murray Middleton takes the reigns as the Sledge panel of Jonathan Howcroft (BackPageLead.com.au) and Hammy Goodman (spinfrombothends.com) tackle the Ashes history of the Gabba.
Sachin gets disassembled. The English get examined. There’s a trip to the MCG Library, an interview with legendary sports photographer Wayne Lubdey, and the Marsh Brothers get whacked.
Who: Ryan Thomas, Jonathan Howcroft, Dennis Freedman.
What: This week, the Sledge panel chat all things cricket new media: there are a million new ways to follow the game, and it is impacting on the way we ingest and enjoy our cricket. The panel gives their tips on how to follow cricket to get the most out of the modern game, as well as what they’d like to see – a bit of “Fake Craig White”, anyone?
Also on the show this week: all things Sheffield Shield, including; who are the winners and losers from round one? What’s up with the pitches? And who has frustrated Jono the most so far?
We also profile the Victorian Blind Cricket Association, with information on how vision-impaired cricketers can enjoy the game around Australia; answer all your Sledgemail; and bequeath our inaugural “Ashes of the Week.”
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The Sledge goes on-location at Keilor Park Cricket Club to find out more about blind cricket. How was blind cricket created? How is it played? And how can people get involved?
Special thanks to Rod Pritchard, Chris Baillie, Peter Robinson, and the VBCA.
You can find out more at www.thesledge.net, or get in touch with the Victorian Blind Cricket Association at www.vbca.org.au