One Hand One Bounce Weekly Cricket Podcast
By World Cricket Watch
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One Hand One Bounce is the weekly cricket podcast from World Cricket Watch. These cricket podcasts feature cricket news, results and discussion from our team of cricket tragics and comedians.
||CleanOne Hand One Bounce 102: Ashes preview and witnessing Sachin Tendulkar’s farewell Test in Mumbai||DAVID GREEN joins the show to preview The Ashes with the first Test just days away. And SUBASH JAYARAMAN shares his experience of being at Sachin's farewell Test in Mumbai.||19 11 2013||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanOne Hand One Bounce 101: ODI madness, Ashes drama, and farewell to Sachin Tendulkar||ODI madness, Ashes drama, and farewell to Sachin Tendulkar on this week's One Hand One Bounce||5 11 2013||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanOHOB Cricket Podcast Episode 100: Bad Light Saves Australia on Epic 5th Day at The Oval||BLAISE MURPHET, JONATHAN HOWCROFT, MATTHEW WOOD and NICKO HANCOCK review the Ashes and the 5th Test at The Oval in our milestone 100th episode of the One Hand One Bounce cricket podcast.||26 8 2013||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanOHOB Episode 99: England Win The Ashes||JONATHAN HOWCROFT, MATTHEW WOOD and THIHAN CHANDRAMOHAN join a special Ashes podcast to review the 4th Test at Chester Le Street.||16 8 2013||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanOHOB Episode 98: Resurgent Australia Dominates England||England may have retained the Ashes but they were emphatically outplayed by a resurgent Australia. JONATHAN HOWCROFT and MATTHEW WOOD join a special Ashes podcast to review the 3rd Test at Old Trafford and look to Durham for the 4th Test beginning Friday.||7 8 2013||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanOHOB Episode 97: Australia are Humiliated at Lord’s and in the Press||In an Ashes special podcast, DAVID SIDDALL and MATTHEW WOOD reflect on Australia's humiliating 347 run Lord's defeat.||28 7 2013||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanOHOB 96: Ashes Podcast – Reviewing a Sensational First Test at Trent Bridge||THIHAN CHANDRAMOHAN & JONATHAN HOWCROFT join the podcast to reflect on a great first test, record breaking debutant Ashton Agar, Stuart Broad as public enemy number one, and controversy surrounding DRS. Plus what lies in store at Lord's come Thursday.||15 7 2013||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanOHOB 95: Ashes 2013 Preview Podcast||DAVID SIDDALL & MATT WOOD preview the first of ten back to back Ashes Test matches. What difference can Darren Lehmann make? And do Australia stand a realistic chance of upsetting England?||8 7 2013||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanOHOB Episode 94: IPL 6 Preview, Australia’s Secret Champions Trophy Campaign & Cricket in Africa||DAVID SIDDALL & NICKO HANCOCK share their thoughts on Australia's secret 30 man Champion's Trophy squad, preview the 6th edition of the IPL and speak to BLAISE MURPHET in Nairobi about all things African cricket.||3 4 2013||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanOHOB Episode 93: India whitewash Aus 4-0 as Watto ‘has a ball’, New Zealand dominate England but Prior proves immovable||DAVID SIDDALL, JONATHAN HOWCROFT and THIHAN CHANDRIMOHAN review the enigma of Shane Watson as India whitewash Australia 4-0. MICHAEL WAGENER discusses New Zealand's momentary fascination with Test cricket. Plus is Matt Prior the greatest wicket keeper-...||26 3 2013||Free||View in iTunes|
Agree completely with the other reviewer - an otherwise good podcast that is rendered unlistenable by the grating rising inflection of the English guy.
The india pak semi final was in Mohali, India and not Bangladesh. Perhaps you missed the indian Prime Minister In tgr stands - perhaps you didn't see the game!
Sachin at #11? you guys prolly stopped following cricket in 1983!
Informative but grrrrrrrrrrr
Unlike most podcasts it's refreshing to hear a show where the presenters aren't self congratulatory or obessed with how funny they are. So it's a pretty informative listen.
One gripe though is the main presenter who i think is English (or at least an England supporter) but who has out-Aussied the Aussie's with his vocal inflections. Every sentence he speaks ends as if he's asking a question? Even if he isn't asking a questions? It's very very very annoying to listen too!?? Please stop?