All posts by Marco Curralejo

Fanatical player and follower of cricket, goalball and swish. Love to broadcast all blind sport, so feel free to contact me via email, FB or on Twitter, and we'll see what we can do to bring your sporting event to life online.

The 2014 Aussie Invitational Cup Draw

Here is a copy of the 2014 Aussie Invitational Cup draw.

Please click on the following link in order to check out the upcoming matches.

Don’t forget that the entire tournament will be streamed commencing on Friday morning at 8:30 AM (22:30 UTC on the previous day), so to hear some fantastic action, click on the following link.

The Latest Six And Out Is Now Available For Download

Six And Out, our sub-continent special, was broadcast last night, and a huge thanks to co-hosts
Tony (Buddha) Telfer
and
Troy (Zip) King,
for helping me put the show together at such short notice.

Guests on tonight’s show included Balls And All hosts
Hamish Mackenzie
and
Peter Loh,
and we thank you from the bottom of our hearts for allowing us to intrude into your after match dinner.

The boys introduced to us fellow BCA team mates
Lindsay Heaven,
Stephen Palmer
and, of course, World Cup umpire and a man who’s never short of a word or two Michael Clemens, for what turned out to be a fantastic hour’s catchup. Thanks to the lads who are part of the current
Blind Cricket Australia
side for sparing us some of their time and making for such a fun and memorable show.

Our second guest was
Blind Cricket Sri Lankan
superstar
Dinesh Mathugama
who was no stranger to Blind Sports Radio, having been on our last Balls And All sub-continent special, and it was wonderful to speak to the great man and to hear the joy in his voice as he proudly announced that Sri Lanka had beaten the Aussies.

Why not
download Six And Out
so that you can listen at your leisure, or you can click on the play button below to tune into the podcast online.
 

2nd ODI against sri lanka

A Fantastic report from the boys over in Sri Lanka after another loss by the Blind Cricket Aussie side to, what I now consider, the third best blind cricketing nation in the world.