Cricket in Mumbai: stories, legends, and folklore - interview with Clayton Murzello
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We are thrilled to bring you the 50th episode of the 81allout podcast.

Our special guest for the occasion is Clayton Murzello, group sports editor of Mid-Day in Mumbai.

We chat with Clayton about his journey - from running a bookstore, managing a cricket club, and covering local sports... before turning into one of the most recognized names in the field of cricket journalism.

Talking Points:

  • The charm of the Kanga League tournament in Mumbai
  • The stories and legends around Dadar Union Sporting Club
  • Tendulkar's arrival on the club and first-class scene
  • Schools cricket in Mumbai and the unreasonable expectations it puts on young men
  • The legacy of Sunil Gavaskar
  • The heyday of corporate and university cricket
  • 'Airport duty' and a big scoop
  • How a quiz helped a Mumbai cricketer get his pension
  • The great storyteller – Raj Singh Dungarpur
  • The thrill of collecting cricket books and memorabilia
  • Etc

Participants:

Participants:

Clayton Murzello (@claytonmurzello)

Siddhartha Vaidyanathan (@sidvee)

Related:

Mumbai's cricket cradle - Clayton Murzello

A plateful of biscuits, and an unforgettable car-ride

Kanga League was Madhav Apte's most-loved tournament

How a Facebook quiz won an ex-Mumbai cricketer his MCA pension

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