With the JLT Cup reaching its crux — a tournament trying to reach the masses with free live streams online, hosted at close-to-the-community grade grounds, and starting even before the winter codes came to a conclusion — we at Mind the Windows have decided to hark back to the glory days of domestic Australian one-day … More Six Ball Over: Darren Wates
A hometown Ashes Test debut, South Australia’s first Shield win in 14 years, and the Little Master out for 10 in Delhi. Peter McIntyre accrued a pretty decent list of career highlights.
During last year’s Adelaide Test, Mind the Windows caught up with former South Australian leg spinner Peter McIntyre, to chat about a career that started in rural Victoria and peaked with the wicket of Tendulkar in Delhi. In this feature, we track the rise from the early days in Gisborne to a home Ashes debut.
Dan McGrath didn’t like the other series previews. So he wrote one himself.
For many years, Joanne Broadbent formed a part of arguably the most dominant batting line-up in the history of women’s cricket. Now, she’s head coach at the NSW Breakers, in charge of some of the best talent the female game has to offer.
With a ten-wicket haul and a not-out 78 against the Sri Lankan XI, Australia’s left-arm spinning all-rounder Steve O’Keefe has thrown himself right into Test contention. He’s already played two Tests; one in 2014, one earlier this year, and has been probably the most consistent spinner in Sheffield Shield cricket this decade. Recently, Mind the Windows was … More Six Ball Over: Steve O’Keefe
It’s been a big week in politics. But what does this mean for cricket? Vale, Kolpak!