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The TV Appearance

James Nixon | 10:18am gmt 10 Jan 2011
Peter and Sara McGlashan's TV Appearance on the TV3 News.
The unpredictability of cricket

Peter McGlashan | 11:53am gmt 06 Jan 2011
Peter McGlashan BlogLife is, T20 is, cricket is, the weather is, Pakistan are, and the Blackcaps are, all very unpredictable.
New regime starts with a win

Peter McGlashan | 11:04am gmt 26 Dec 2010
Peter McGlashan BlogIt's not often working on Christmas Day is seen as a reward for hard work, but that was the case for several of the Blackcaps squad yesterday, with the squad gathering for their first training under new coach, John Wright.
The Start of Another Season

Peter McGlashan | 9:44am gmt 15 Nov 2010
Peter McGlashan BlogNormally by the middle of November the weather would be warming up, I would have brushed the cobwebs off my cricket gear and would have a first class game under my belt, another season underway.
Sky Sports Interview

James Nixon | 8:46am gmt 19 Feb 2010
Peter McGlashan BlogSky Sports NZ have very kindly supplied us with the interview they conducted with Peter McGlashan discussing his world record wicket-keeping dismissals. Along with this is a mention of his and Mathew's Sinclair's blog on Cricket Web.
T20 arrives, Pink Pads arrive and Dilshan... by helicopter

Peter McGlashan | 3:27am gmt 14 Jan 2010
Peter McGlashan BlogBay Oval in Mount Maunganui may not be a former cornfield, but as the crowd drift through the gates for our next T20 fixture in this gorgeous beach town, I can just make out an eerie voice blowing in with the sea breeze, whispering, 'Build it and they will come...'
Occasionally in life there are moments when things change

Peter McGlashan | 3:18am gmt 01 Dec 2009
Peter McGlashan BlogOccasionally in life there are moments when things change, the laws of probability seem to bend slightly and what seems ludicrous becomes reality. Recently I lived one of those moments.
Most cricketers are outdoors type

Peter McGlashan | 2:33am gmt 06 Nov 2009
Peter McGlashan BlogMost cricketers are outdoors types. We spend most of the summer standing round outside, soaking up the rays, enjoying the long evenings, playing sport like most kiwis only difference is, we are at work.
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Recent Comments
really Great blog, "Peter" congratulations on the win! I think you're a better keeper than Hopkins.
very nice & enjoyable video.hunting,fishing thanks
jazzi be
I think if they went on Leno it would be free. They get to advertise themselves. If it was another s
"You've got gloves on because you can't catch." :laugh:
Blaze 18
Great article :)
Quality stuff.
Good read Peter, thanks :)
Son Of Coco
You obviously haven't been watching the current Ashes series Peter ;)