This is Castle Hill Cricket Chat! The official podcast of the Huddersfield Cricket League.
Castle Hill Cricket Chat is presented by Jamie Harrison and joined by regular contributors Andrew Crawshaw, Steven Whitwam and Jacob Mulhall. Between us we boast a wealth of experience on the pitch (well, Jamie aside!) and all four have an incredible amount of passion for club cricket.
We'll discuss pressing issues of the league including recent matches played. We'll also dip into the byegone times with a guest, club's Champagne Moment or nostalgic piece.
Our fun game of predicting the top teams in the main three divisions, along with the leading runs and wicket scorers for the Premiership. No prizes, unless someone would like to submit one for a mention on the show?
Score 5 points for a correct placing and then -2 points if your selection doesn't make it into their respective category.
The new season game will be open soon!
Jamie, Andrew and Steve discuss the action on the field in the various competitions in and outside the Huddersfield Cricket League. Remarkable matches, surprise defeats and the form sides from the top three divisions will be heavily focused. Out of season we’ll turn the focus towards rule changes that have been put forward for submission, player transfers and previews to the coming season.
We invite members of a club to discuss about a particularly memorable cup final, campaign or moment that's eched in time for them. We're looking for those who'd like us to feature their special 'Champagne Moment'.
Got out on 49 or 99? It's likely your valiant efforts won't have gone entirely to waste. We feature and sometimes discuss those crushingly frustrating cricket moments!
Our most recent episode:
In our latest episode, we had the pleasure of hosting Paul Cummins from the Yorkshire Cricket Board (YCB) and who also plays 1XI cricket for...
18th Feb 2024
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