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The Dot Ball Podcast - Episode 4

In this episode of The Dot Ball, join Ken Borland, Andrew Samson and Paul Harris, who was having a sneaky midweek braai, as they talk about the great Test series win by the Proteas against the West Indies.
Find out why Paul should have been the left-arm spinner who got South Africa's first Test hat-trick since isolation and his expert views on the Proteas spin bowling.
And why once upon a time he wanted to hit Keshav Maharaj with a cricket bat.

Then they look ahead to the T20 series against the Windies as a whole flock of Hadeda Ibis fly overhead in raucous fashion.

All this excitement and much more...

The Dot Ball Podcast - Episode 3

Ken Borland is joined by Paul Harris and Jon Kent as they chat about the first Test between the Proteas and the West Indies.
Also, Andrew Sampson has his regular stats and figures from the test.

The Dot Ball Podcast - Episode 2

Join Ken Borland, Andrew Sampson, and special guest, John Kent as they look back at a week and season of cricket in South Africa and the IPL.
The news changed very quickly.

3 episodes