13 episodes

The All Over Cricket Podcast is hosted by Jay Dansinghani. For each episode, Jay invites a guest to dive deep into a cricketing story in their niche.

Episode 1, for example, features Nepalese writer and journalist Rajan Shah, who discusses systemic issues in Nepal cricket and how to solve them.

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The All Over Cricket Podcast is hosted by Jay Dansinghani. For each episode, Jay invites a guest to dive deep into a cricketing story in their niche.

Episode 1, for example, features Nepalese writer and journalist Rajan Shah, who discusses systemic issues in Nepal cricket and how to solve them.

    Sri Lanka Women's Cricket with Estelle Vasudevan

    Sri Lanka Women's Cricket with Estelle Vasudevan

    At the time of recording, it had been 623 days since Sri Lanka's Women's Team had played international cricket. Estelle Vasudevan joins Jay to discuss the SLC's apathy toward women's cricket since the highs of the 2013 World Cup campaign where they defeated England and thrashed India. 



    Estelle also discusses the pathways to the national team and the domestic setup before previewing Sri Lanka's chances at the upcoming World Cup Qualifier in Zimbabwe.  



    If you liked this podcast, you should check out our website:

    https://www.allovercric.com

    You can follow us on Twitter and Facebook:

    https://twitter.com/AllOverCric

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    Intro and Outro Music:

    Protofunk by Kevin MacLeod

    Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song...

    License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license

    • 51 min
    Malaysian Cricket with Winifred Duraisingam & Virandeep Singh

    Malaysian Cricket with Winifred Duraisingam & Virandeep Singh

    As per the latest ICC census, more than 50,000 Malaysians played some form of cricket organized by the Malaysian Cricket Association in 2019. For this episode, I'm joined by Malaysian Women's skipper Winifred Duraisingam and Men's team batter Virandeep Singh. 



    Wini will be leading Malaysia at the upcoming T20 World Cup Qualifier in Dubai, which I, Jay Dansinghani, will be commentating on! The winner of that tournament — which also features hosts UAE, Hong Kong, Nepal, Kuwait and Bhutan — will advance to next year's Global Qualifier for the 2023 T20 World Cup.  



    Virandeep Singh, on the other hand, is widely regarded as Malaysia's best batter, who shot to prominence during the Nepal Tri-Series in April that also featured the Netherlands. 



    Viran and Wini talk to us about their cricketing journeys and more!



    If you liked this podcast, you should check out our website:

    https://www.allovercric.com



    You can follow us on Twitter and Facebook:

    https://twitter.com/AllOverCric

    https://www.facebook.com/AllOverCric



    Intro and Outro Music:

    Protofunk by Kevin MacLeod

    Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song...

    License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license

    • 52 min
    Men's #T20WorldCup Group A Preview with Bertus de Jong

    Men's #T20WorldCup Group A Preview with Bertus de Jong

    Welcome to Season 2 of the All Over Cricket Podcast



    Jay Dansinghani and Freelance writer Bertus de Jong, who writes about associate cricket for Cricbuzz, joins us to preview Group A of the upcoming Men's #T20WorldCup. Group A has been branded the "Group of Death" and features Ireland, the Netherlands, Namibia, and Sri Lanka.



    If you liked this podcast, you should check out our website

    https://www.allovercric.com



    You can follow us on Twitter and Facebook:

    https://twitter.com/AllOverCric

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    • 50 min
    Indians in The Hundred - with Radha Lath Gupta

    Indians in The Hundred - with Radha Lath Gupta

    Matchday attendance in the women’s competition of The Hundred has often approached or exceeded 10,000. Make no mistake: the competition has been a game-changer for women’s cricket in England, coming on the back of 41 domestic retainer contracts being handed out last year.



    In this episode, we're joined by our first-ever recurring guest, Radha Lath Gupta, to discuss the impact of the Hundred on English women’s cricket and the performance of the five Indian players taking part in it.....And no, we could not resist a rant about why there is still no Women’s IPL!



    If you liked this podcast, you should check out our website

    https://www.allovercric.com



    You can follow us on Twitter and Facebook:

    https://twitter.com/AllOverCric

    https://www.facebook.com/AllOverCric



    Catch Radha on Twitter:

    https://twitter.com/radhalathgupta



    Intro and Outro Music:

    Protofunk by Kevin MacLeod

    Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song...

    License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license

    • 57 min
    Why Fabian Cowdrey Retired at 24 - Fabian talks about Mental Health in Sport

    Why Fabian Cowdrey Retired at 24 - Fabian talks about Mental Health in Sport

    Fabian Cowdrey was born into cricketing royalty. On his Kent debut, before he’d faced a single ball, Fabian received a standing ovation from a packed house at Canterbury. Many of those fans were seated in a stand named after his grandfather Colin. Like his grandfather and his father Chris Cowdrey, Fabian wanted to captain England.

    Three years later, however, aged just 24, Fabian announced his retirement from all forms of cricket. Fabian joins us to talk about his battles with mental health, and why he walked away from cricket.



    If you liked this podcast, you should check out our website 

    https://www.allovercric.com 



    You can follow us on Twitter and Facebook: 

    https://twitter.com/AllOverCric 

    https://www.facebook.com/AllOverCric 

    Catch Fabian on Instagram:  

    https://www.instagram.com/fabiankcowdrey 



    Here’s that article by Sam Dalling for The Cricket Paper: 

    https://www.thecricketpaper.com/featu...   



    Intro and Outro Music: 

    Protofunk by Kevin MacLeod 

    Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song... 

    License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license

    • 39 min
    Issy Wong on Bowling Quick and Going Pro

    Issy Wong on Bowling Quick and Going Pro

    For episode 8, we’re joined by Warwickshire, Central Sparks, and Birmingham Phoenix fast bowler Issy Wong. 19-year-old Wong has already been clocked at over 70 miles an hour, and she has expressed her desire to become the world’s fastest female bowler. But there’s so much more to Issy’s story than just being that girl who wants to hit 80 clicks.

    Issy walks us through her Hong Kong roots and her early development as a cricketer, before discussing how professionalization has already had a big impact on her career. We also talk about her approach to fast bowling, her plans for The Hundred, and her England ambitions.



    If you liked this podcast, you should check out our website:

    https://www.allovercric.com



    You can follow us on Twitter and Facebook:

    https://twitter.com/AllOverCric

    https://www.facebook.com/AllOverCric

    Issy is on Twitter too:

    https://twitter.com/Wongi95



    Intro and Outro Music:

    Protofunk by Kevin MacLeod

    Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song...

    License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license

    • 47 min

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