PCA membership magazine reshaped and packed full of member stories.

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Beyond the Boundaries headlines with an exclusive interview with England’s white-ball opener Phil Salt as the cover-star for its 34th issue.

The PCA’s membership magazine explores his unconventional rise to the national team through excelling on the franchise circuit from a young age.

Throughout the 72-page magazine you can also delve into the women’s game with England stars Alice Capsey and Danni Wyatt exploring their careers, the new structure and the future of the women’s game.

Daryl Mitchell opens the publication with an introductory column ahead of him formally starting the role of Interim Chief Executive from 1 July and pays tribute to his former teammate Josh Baker. Worcestershire rep Joe Leach also pens a touching tribute to Baker who tragically passed away weeks before his 21st birthday.

There is also an exclusive interview with new PCA President Eoin Morgan, a look into the PCA’s anxiety campaign ‘There’s no protection from anxiety’, a feature on funding your future after cricket and a sit-down with Professional Cricketers’ Trust long-time supporter and former England captain Graham Gooch.

PCA members have been receiving their new-look magazine in the post from mid-June and is now a smaller size with a re-imagined design featuring some well-loved regular elements alongside new and exciting features.

Read all that and more as Beyond the Boundaries continues to focus on telling the stories of current and former cricketers from across the PCA membership.

You can read issue 34 of Beyond the Boundaries below: