Peter McGlashan - ARTICLES


New regime starts with a win


It’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


Normally 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.


More than just a trophy…


Black Cap Peter McGlashan looks forward to the impending Champions Trophy and discusses it’s importance to the whole cricket community in New Zealand as well as the 50 over format of the game. He looks at some of the difficulties New Zealand Cricket faces when trying to compete internationally and gives his view on one cause of the top order frailties. He also comments on the implications for all involved if the tournament fails to hit the mark.


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.