McCallum magic helps sink Black Caps

What a difference one man has made in the entire psyche of the England cricket team and unfortunately for the Black Caps it’s their former skipper responsible for plotting their downfall.
The difference a day makes
Former Canterbury cricket rep and ex Canterbury coach Garry MacDonald joins me from his beautiful home city of Nelson to chat about New Zealand’s disappointing series loss to England, the highs and the lows, controversial selections and as always he has some very strong views about what needs to be done to get the Kiwis back on track.
Some trivia on Garry’s cricket career, this was certainly a highlight. In the 1984-85 season playing for Canterbury against Pakistan at Lancaster Park, the wily left-arm spinner sent down 20.4 overs taking a sensational 6-64 including the prize wicket of the great Javed Miandad and included in those six wickets were four caught and bowled. He also took two other catches behind the wicket in that match off the bowling of another great, Sir Richard Hadlee.
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Interview & Story by John Alexander | Supporting Images sourced by Absolutely Famous.


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