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Nightwatchmen: Cricket Podcast

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A new and dynamic podcast focusing on the hopes and fears for Proteas cricket. Brought to you by Joburg-based cricket journalist Ken Borland and cricket enthusiast Pete Ahmad (a.k.a. the Zoo Lake Opener) based in Cape Town.

Latest Episodes

Episode 6: India 3 RSA 0: Rancor and ruin in Ranchi

A series that started with excitement, talk of transition and new faces ends with a second straight innings defeat and whitewashed 3-0 result. It wasn't meant to be end like this was it? Or, was it ever going to be any different? The stats read like a horror show if you follow the Proteas. Ken and The Zoo Lake Opener reflect on what was seen and read respectively. Audio inserts from a fatigued skipper Faf also make for an interesting listen. Settle in for an extended dissection of the match which saw numerous changes to playing personnel and the series which ends without the Proteas registering a single point on their first series outing in the ICC Test Championship: Played 3: Lost 3: Points 0. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/nightwatchmencricket/message

49 MIN2 w ago
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Episode 6: India 3 RSA 0: Rancor and ruin in Ranchi

Episode 5: "Murder in Pune"

This is a Naked Nightwatchmen podcast episode brought to you on the hoof! A disastrous outing for the Proteas in the second test and a historic and crushing victory for India who seal the series without breaking sweat. What a disappointment. Lots to consider as Ken dissects performances and looks ahead to a third test in Ranchi and who we can expect to see coming into the team. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/nightwatchmencricket/message

32 MINOCT 14
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Episode 5: "Murder in Pune"

Episode 4: Raining sixes: Blunted Proteas go one down against India

A little late but better late than never! Ken Borland and the Zoo Lake Opener dissect the Proteas loss to India. Lots to discuss: team selection, effectiveness of the THREE spinners in SA lineup and some really impressive patches of play from the Proteas batting line up - in the one innings! We hear from skipper Faf du Plessis as he reflects on the challenges and some plusses notably from debutant Senuran Muthusamy. Feel free to have your say via the Voice Message link on Anchor! Enjoy the episode! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/nightwatchmencricket/message

27 MINOCT 9
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Episode 4: Raining sixes: Blunted Proteas go one down against India

Episode 3: Shifting Gears and Rotating Talents

The T20 series is done and dusted: the spoils shared between hosts India and the Proteas (and the weather)! Some old flaws in technique and application haunt the "A" side also touring India. In this episode Ken and the Zoo Lake Opener reflect on what went right and what needs improving ahead of the Test Series. We touch on the appointment of the Proteas "hired-gun" batting coach Amol Muzumdar and what we can expect personnel wise from India - in particular from their batting. There's some concerning stirrings from Newlands and a brief take on the Boks in Japan that closes out today's episode. Recorded 25th September 2019 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/nightwatchmencricket/message

29 MINSEP 26
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Episode 3: Shifting Gears and Rotating Talents

Episode 2: "Indian Summer Reign"

In our second episode we hear from T20 skipper of the India tour Quinton de Kock, KG Rabada, T20 batting coach Zulu Klusener and team director Enoch Enkwe as we consider the places, pitches and expectations that lie ahead in India. The first half of our second Nightwatchmen podcasts looks back at the contributions of four of the Protea's finest - Dale Steyn, Hashim Amla, JP Duminy and Imran Tahir: all no longer available for the India Tests and tour. We hope you enjoy! Do leave us a voice message and let us know if you are enjoying the Nightwatchmen Podcast! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/nightwatchmencricket/message

53 MINSEP 11
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Episode 2: "Indian Summer Reign"

Nightwatchmen: Opening the Innings

A first for South African cricket? An independent podcast focusing on the hopes and fears of the Proteas cricketing teams. Up first in this pilot episode cricket writer Ken Borland and The Zoo Lake Opener reflect on a turbulent period for the Proteas men's team. After a woeful World Cup we find interim arrangements across the coaching set up, a daunting assignment in India round the corner...Oh, and no Steyn, Amla to lend a hand! Mission impossible? Listen on and understand the lie of the land. The episode includes excerpts from the press conference announcing Enoch Nkwe as interim team Director. It was recorded moments after a certain Ben Stokes had rewritten cricketing folklore thousands of miles away in Leeds, UK. Not much to talk about then! Enjoy :-) --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/nightwatchmencricket/message

54 MINAUG 27
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Nightwatchmen: Opening the Innings
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Latest Episodes

Episode 6: India 3 RSA 0: Rancor and ruin in Ranchi

A series that started with excitement, talk of transition and new faces ends with a second straight innings defeat and whitewashed 3-0 result. It wasn't meant to be end like this was it? Or, was it ever going to be any different? The stats read like a horror show if you follow the Proteas. Ken and The Zoo Lake Opener reflect on what was seen and read respectively. Audio inserts from a fatigued skipper Faf also make for an interesting listen. Settle in for an extended dissection of the match which saw numerous changes to playing personnel and the series which ends without the Proteas registering a single point on their first series outing in the ICC Test Championship: Played 3: Lost 3: Points 0. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/nightwatchmencricket/message

49 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Episode 6: India 3 RSA 0: Rancor and ruin in Ranchi

Episode 5: "Murder in Pune"

This is a Naked Nightwatchmen podcast episode brought to you on the hoof! A disastrous outing for the Proteas in the second test and a historic and crushing victory for India who seal the series without breaking sweat. What a disappointment. Lots to consider as Ken dissects performances and looks ahead to a third test in Ranchi and who we can expect to see coming into the team. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/nightwatchmencricket/message

32 MINOCT 14
Comments
Episode 5: "Murder in Pune"

Episode 4: Raining sixes: Blunted Proteas go one down against India

A little late but better late than never! Ken Borland and the Zoo Lake Opener dissect the Proteas loss to India. Lots to discuss: team selection, effectiveness of the THREE spinners in SA lineup and some really impressive patches of play from the Proteas batting line up - in the one innings! We hear from skipper Faf du Plessis as he reflects on the challenges and some plusses notably from debutant Senuran Muthusamy. Feel free to have your say via the Voice Message link on Anchor! Enjoy the episode! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/nightwatchmencricket/message

27 MINOCT 9
Comments
Episode 4: Raining sixes: Blunted Proteas go one down against India

Episode 3: Shifting Gears and Rotating Talents

The T20 series is done and dusted: the spoils shared between hosts India and the Proteas (and the weather)! Some old flaws in technique and application haunt the "A" side also touring India. In this episode Ken and the Zoo Lake Opener reflect on what went right and what needs improving ahead of the Test Series. We touch on the appointment of the Proteas "hired-gun" batting coach Amol Muzumdar and what we can expect personnel wise from India - in particular from their batting. There's some concerning stirrings from Newlands and a brief take on the Boks in Japan that closes out today's episode. Recorded 25th September 2019 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/nightwatchmencricket/message

29 MINSEP 26
Comments
Episode 3: Shifting Gears and Rotating Talents

Episode 2: "Indian Summer Reign"

In our second episode we hear from T20 skipper of the India tour Quinton de Kock, KG Rabada, T20 batting coach Zulu Klusener and team director Enoch Enkwe as we consider the places, pitches and expectations that lie ahead in India. The first half of our second Nightwatchmen podcasts looks back at the contributions of four of the Protea's finest - Dale Steyn, Hashim Amla, JP Duminy and Imran Tahir: all no longer available for the India Tests and tour. We hope you enjoy! Do leave us a voice message and let us know if you are enjoying the Nightwatchmen Podcast! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/nightwatchmencricket/message

53 MINSEP 11
Comments
Episode 2: "Indian Summer Reign"

Nightwatchmen: Opening the Innings

A first for South African cricket? An independent podcast focusing on the hopes and fears of the Proteas cricketing teams. Up first in this pilot episode cricket writer Ken Borland and The Zoo Lake Opener reflect on a turbulent period for the Proteas men's team. After a woeful World Cup we find interim arrangements across the coaching set up, a daunting assignment in India round the corner...Oh, and no Steyn, Amla to lend a hand! Mission impossible? Listen on and understand the lie of the land. The episode includes excerpts from the press conference announcing Enoch Nkwe as interim team Director. It was recorded moments after a certain Ben Stokes had rewritten cricketing folklore thousands of miles away in Leeds, UK. Not much to talk about then! Enjoy :-) --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/nightwatchmencricket/message

54 MINAUG 27
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Nightwatchmen: Opening the Innings
the END
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