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"What were they thinking?" ft. Gibbs, Philander & Prince

Did the English fail to respect the basics of cricket at Lord's? Fiso Mazibuko is joined by Proteas legends Vernon Philander, Herschelle Gibbs and Ashwell Prince as they look ahead to the second test between the Proteas and England. They discuss what it takes to build a winning mentality, the best way to counter SA's lack of test matches, plus what Herschelle was thinking hitting 6 sixes and more.

- Seeing Bazball up close
- Rinse and repeat or do the proteas make changes for 2nd test?
- If wins keep coming, does it matter if Proteas batsmen don't score 100s?
- "We can't just be relying on our bowlers" - Herschelle Gibbs
- Future Tours Programme robbing Proteas of test records
- We ask Vernon and Herschelle "what were you thinking?"

Going back to the home of cricket ft. Ntini, McKenzie & Zondeki

It's almost 20 years since Makhaya Ntini and Graeme Smith made history at Lord's. In this podcast episode, Fiso Mazibuko speaks to class of 2003 members Ntini, Neil McKenzie and Monde Zondeki before South Africa start the 2022 test tour against England. The former Proteas share memories from that historic tour, discuss the merits of Baz-ball, SA team selection, the cash-flush CSA T20 tourney and Makhaya's questionable pre-match meals.

- "I was on 'Makhaya watch' in 2003", Neil McKenzie
- Leaving a legacy at Lord's for future generations
- Change room celebrations: Makhaya's 2-sip maximum
- Baz-ball is entertaining, but will it work everywhere?
- "If Kagiso Rabada is injured it's an opportunity for the rest of the team"
- Proteas to consider Harmer & Maharaj spin twins for first test?
- Makhaya coming out of retirement for T20 riches
- CSA T20 League: It's a great time to be a player

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