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The Cricket Show

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The Cricket Show

The Cricket Show is an Australian cricket television show, screened during the lunch breaks of Test matches in Australia on the Nine Network.

Currently hosted by former Australian Test cricketer Michael Slater with support from his former international teammate fast bowler Brett Lee. It also features other members of Nine's commentary team, such as Mark Taylor, Ian Healy and Mark Nicholas. The show focuses on interviews with Australian domestic and international cricket, cricketing tips, as well as reports and updates from cricket matches being played around the world.

Simon O'Donnell hosted the show from 1997 but left to join The AFL Footy Show. Michael Slater replaced him in the summer of 2011/2012.

See also

External links

  • Official website
  • Wide World of Sports on Facebook
  • Wide World of Sports on Twitter

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