Saturday Session - Neil Wagner: Wags talks being on tour with the Mace and World Test Champion status
Daniel McHardy and Grant Elliott caught up with Black Cap fast bowler Neil Wagner about the tour of New Zealand with the WTC Trophy, the Mace, the calendar to come and how much longer he plans on terrorizing International batsmen
For today's podcast, I have a great chat with Neil Wagner, the head of IT at the Calgary Counselling Centre. The Centre is currently the largest of it's kind in Alberta, and it provides charitable counselling services of all sorts. Today we discuss how modern technology is changing even the world of counselling services, and the impact COVID-19 has had on our community. Corrections: The original number of staff at the Centre was 4, not 12. The volume of face-to-face sessions from Jan 1 to Mar 16 of 2020 was 9607; from March 17 to Dec 31, there were 35,075 via Teams. Duration: 39m 06s
Neil Wagner, Hallway Rugby & Nick Rado's Toilet Etiquette
The Sporting Rumble
This week on the Award-Winning Sporting Rumble Podcast the boys have a chat with Blackcaps Terminator Neil Wagner, Mulls is prepping his baby to become the next Winston Reid, and Nick Rado reveals his outstanding manners in a public restroom. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Gary Stead weighs in on Neil Wagner's replacement ahead of second Pakistan test
The Devlin Radio Show
Neil Wagner's replacement for the second cricket test against Pakistan appears a straight choice between Daryl Mitchell and Matt Henry.New Zealand coach Gary Stead has told the DRS the Black Caps are again likely to play three seamers alongside spinner Mitchell Santner.Stead says it will be a tough choice between allrounder Mitchell and Henry for the third seamer's spot."If Matt Henry plays with us, we'll ask him to do the best Matt Henry job he can do, and we know he's also been very successful here at Hagley."Stead expects plenty of bounce in the Hagley Oval pitch in Christchurch, where the second test begins tomorrow.But Stead says after having his first look at the pitch, it's not as green as the one used last summer on the ground against India."Probably describe it as less grassy then wickets I've seen here in the past, just in terms of the Indian test match we played last year which did plenty and was very, very quick.""I still expect it to be a good pacy, bouncy wicket."LISTEN ABOVE
Someone has listened to the wishes of two idiots from the internet and given us packaged highlights of the IPL so we can make sweeping statements about the best T20 competition in the world.Ashwin turns down a mankad while Ponting is laughing, Kohli is shit, Cummins is shit, Smith good, Stoinis good and Watson is amazing.The Australian women will never lose again, the Sheffield shield starts this week, Dan Christian wins more stuff and we start with lying about your prowess.Neil Wagner is on the show to discuss going to school with Faf du Plessis, taking double hat-tricks in New Zealand and unlocking the secret of dismissing Steve Smith.Jason Krezja is on the show to discuss taking every great Indian batsman's wicket, questionable cliques in the Aussie team and yes, we ask about some grade cricket folklore involving Steve Waugh.#AskTGC involves hat-tricks, personal sledges and Yom Kippur.This episode is brought to you by Budgy Smuggler where you can get your custom bucket hats.. USE THE CODE ‘CHAMP’ AT CHECKOUT BudgySmuggleruk.comAnd Manscaped who are offering 20% of your purchase using the code TGC at checkout. Manscaped.comCheck out our Patreon at patreon.com/gradecricketer for more exclusive content every single week.You can also find this episode right now on YouTube as well as full interviews and cut downs of the show, if you want to like, comment and subscribe then please do because that helps us out a lot.
Episode 1 - Aussie Pitches, Neil Wagner and Sydney Spinners
The Big Swing No Ding Podcast
On the opening episode of the Big Swing No Ding podcast, Nelson, Josh, Shardul, Tyler and Marcus take a quick dive into the start of the Australian cricket summer, including the true value behind the Pakistan series and the amazing domestic season in the Sheffield Shield and the Marsh Cup so far. In addition, the boys give their predictions for the upcoming, highly anticipated Australia vs New Zealand test series, discuss Neil Wagner's value as an x-factor and what will separate the two teams, as well as an in-depth analysis of the Australian bowling arsenal and all the different scenarios for the SCG test. Make sure to leave a quick review and give us some feedback on our first episode! This episode is dedicated to the late Phillip Hughes. May his soul rest in peace as he remains 63 not out forever.
This Week in Cricket #15 - Neil Wagner . . . what a man
The Top Order Cricket Podcast
In this episode of the Top Order Podcast, the panel discuss commentators, balls, South African Cricket and Rahkeem Cornwall during the segment This Week in Cricket. The team then wrap-up the Australia vs Pakistan & New Zealand vs England tests, before turning their attention to the upcoming Australia vs New Zealand series.
On today's podcast, it's a very special day for today-ish in history, Matt uncovers some lies about the Breakfast Turtle and we answer the question everyone has been asking... "Burger Rings or Rashuns?"