I’ve a feeling we’re not in Kansas anymore…


Black Cap Peter McGlashan looks forward to his impending tour of Chennai, India, with the NZ ‘A’ team. He speaks of the likely encounters, gives an insight into his expectations and mentions his excitement for the opportunity to chat online with Cricket Web users in the coming weeks


The Definition of Summer


Black Cap Peter McGlashan looks at his English summer, the ups and downs and where to from here. He reflects on the disappointment of the T20 World Cup and the rigours of media attention as a professional athlete.


Scottish onslaught Taylor-made for Knight-Ryder


Courage is an admirable quality at the best of times, but when you face an adversary who you are told is far superior, it can be mistaken for false hope. Black Cap Peter McGlashan discusses what it was like being on the receiving end of the brave Scottish onslaught and also about a chance encounter with a fellow innovator in the Scottish side.


Cricket- Is it more than a game?


We all hold this great sport dear to our hearts but it means something different for each and every follower. NZ Cricketer, Peter McGlashan, comments on how the sport sits differently in each of our lives and of some of the implications for the sports rising profile globally.


My memorable Indian summer rolls on… into an English one.


The modern cricketer can enjoy year-round summers by splitting their time between the hemispheres. New Zealand Cricketer Peter McGlashan discusses how his unforgettable summer continues in the Northern Hemisphere, as he strives to win two different titles in two different competitions with two different sides, who are worlds apart, in so many ways.


There was an Indian, a Maori and a Scotsman… no, this is not a joke!!


The cricketing world is surprisingly small despite the millions of players across the globe. New Zealand Cricketer Peter McGlashan discusses two chance meetings with two great batsman, almost ten years ago, and how such meetings inspire future generations.

He talks about his encounters with legend Sachin Tendulkar and rising star Jesse Ryder, and how they can motivate players from all nations, no matter how small.