The best guests and interviews from BBC Radio Somerset’s Cricket Show. Charlie Taylor brings you extra from the county’s cricket scene every fortnight.
Somerset prepare for Lord's
Jack Brooks, Brian Rose and Anthony Gibson preview the Bob Willis Trophy final with Charlie Taylor. Anya Shrubsole looks ahead to the West Indies series and talks about The Hundred as it's announced women players will be able to roll their contracts over to next year. Plus we find out how Somerset Disabled CC have got on in their matches this year.
Another Lord's final
Charlie Taylor speaks to Tom Abell and Tom Lammonby after Somerset secured their second Lord's final in as many years. Western Storm captain Sophie Luff updates us on how Western Storm are getting on now their England stars have left and Stuart Barnes, Somerset's bowling coach, talks about why the county's bowling unit has been so strong this year.
Image: Anthony Gibson
T20 is back
Charlie Taylor reflects on Somerset's start in the T20 Blast. Georgia Hennessy from Western Storm looks at how they've got going in the Rachael Heyhoe Flint Trophy.
Local rivals thrashed and T20 preview
George Bartlett, Charlie Taylor and Stephen Lamb look back on Somerset's thumping of Gloucestershire. Also on the show, Charlie speaks to Mark O'Leary who has become the Head Coach of Western Storm as they begin their campaign for the Rachael Heyhoe Flint Trophy and there's a celebration of James Anderson reaching 600 Test wickets.
A damp draw at Edgbaston
Charlie Taylor looks back on a disappointing draw for Somerset against Warwickshire. Opening batsman Tom Lammonby speaks about making his debut in first-class cricket. We take a look at Somerset's main competitors in the Bob Willis Trophy and there's a chat about a new book looking at former Somerset captain Brian Close's previously unpublished letters.
Two from two and Western Storm are back
Charlie Taylor looks back at the two wins which have left Somerset at the top of their group in the Bob Willis Trophy. Jack Brooks talks about his good start to the season with bat and ball and BBC Radio Somerset commentator Anthony Gibson reviews a very short match at Northampton. Somerset Head Coach Jason Kerr looks ahead to the T20 season and Sophie Luff from Western Storm previews the Rachael Heyhoe Flint Trophy. There's a look at how the visually impaired cricketers in the county have had to cancel their season plus we hear from a 12-year-old who scored a century in an adult match at the weekend.
Image: Anthony Gibson
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Top work from Charlie Taylor. This is really great podcast for Somerset CCC supporters. Superb stories from the larger cricket community too.