This week The Godfather and a less-hammered Kev are in Karori in a typhoon. They sing the praises of Neil Broom, chat about the Maccas SuperSmash, discuss the life & times of Todd Astle the unbeaten Test cricketer, fall in love with Jeets again, and they get into Jayne’s Email From Around the World.
Violence Corner is in Straya and the song is a lovely cover of a Barmy Army number by Ricky Ponting.
This week Off White Thunder and The Godfather are on the peninsula, waiting for Kev to get home from the pub. They analyse and berate the NZ team’s performance in the Chappell Hadlee Series, review Neil Wagner’s career, Kev bangs on about getting Jesse back in, and they get into some Emails From Around the World.
Violence Corner is in Mumbai and the song is an inspirational Bangladeshi ditty.
This week the Boys Yak Crap about the hospitality industry’s excitement as Jesse & Doug return to the Basin, the back story to the Hadlee’s A W**nker chant, the perfect Test record of Todd Astle, Guppy’s domestic ton, Colin de BigMan from Harare and the microscopic Kruger van Wyk. Muzz posts in with some outstanding Richard Hadlee trivia in an Email From Around the World.
Violence Corner is with Shahadat Hossain and his wife and the song is an extraordinary slice of Jamaican ska from Laurel Aitken.
This week the boys talk about Australia’s imminent demise, New Zealand’s recent demise, the life and times of Rob Nicol, the return of Tastle, the introduction of Jeet Raval, ABs vs the punishing Australian cricket team and an awkward moment over The Godfather’s birthday tea.
Violence Corner is at the cricket with a dodgy NSW policeman – and we finally get around to playing Wilbur Sargunaraj’s C.R.I.C.K.E.T. anthem.
This week the boys talk about their one-month international hiatus, the Black Caps’ tour of India, Jeets’ return, a barrage of stats, and get stuck into emails from around the world from Muzz, Liam, Jayne and The Titan.
This week the boys talk about Dean “Doug” Brownlie, Tama, Jeet, Martin, Fred Titmuss,and Jayne with a Y’s Fight Club scenario. Violence Corner is in a car in South Africa. The song is from punk legends Half Man Half Biscuit.
This week the boys talk about Andy McKay and his weird club cricket fact, Muzz is in touch to talk Mike Whitney and great cricket writers, and the boys are neither shocked not stunned that the MCL hasn’t paid its players.
Violence Corner is touchy-feely in Wales, and the song is one from South Africa – a talisman of bad luck used in the T20 World Cup (where they sucked).