Jul 15th, 2019
Disclaimer: This interview was recorded in the beginning of April. Small bits from the interview were rolled out on our Twitter and Facebook pages earlier.
DTG sat down with world-renowned Cricket writer Jarrod Kimber. We talked to him about his career as a journalist, writer, blogger, and film-maker! We also talked to him about his thoughts on "The Hundred", what piece of advice he would give to budding Cricket writers, the history of Cricket, corruption within the ICC, and his documentary "Death of a Gentleman" which exposes the corrupt officials who govern the game of Cricket. Sit down and listen to this fascinating insight from the mind of a man who has a tremendous understanding of the technicalities and intricacies of Cricket.
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