It's Story Time, our weekly walk through cricket history via your listener quiz challenges. Today: more proof of the compelling case that the one-day tri-series must return. An understated and underrated turn from Allan Border. The numerical quirks of Bangladesh, and a big day for Sri Lanka Navy Sports Club. Then some long-term revisits take us around the Monopoly board via Arthur Shrewsbury's haunted house. And who's up for the vaccine game at London Fields?Your new Nerd Pledge numbers:11.15 – Tim Vanderpump2.98 – Dom Philp2.62 – Will Cuckson1.43 – Ehite Ekramul HaquePlus revisits and confirmations.Send us a Nerd Pledge at patreon.com/thefinalwordFind other episodes at finalwordcricket.com Check out Brick Lane at bricklanebrewing.comGet 20% off Woodstock kit with code TFW20 at woodstockcricket.co.ukGet 44% off a Wisden Cricket Monthly subscription at bit.ly/wcmtfwThe Final Word is part of the Bad Producer Podcast Network Title track by Urthboy See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In this episode of the Top Order Podcast, we speak with former Black Cap Dion Nash. Across a 10-year international career, Dion took 150 international wickets for NZ in addition to a number of handy knocks with the bat. He captained his country in both Tests and ODIs, was involved in two World Cups and plenty of other memorable moments along the way. After his playing days ended, he served as a selector, before starting his own business Triumph and Disaster, who’s products a few of us around the table would benefit greatly from using more often.