With a remarkable 21 trophies between them, Adams, Alleyne and ten Doeschate discuss the winning mentality.

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In the latest PCA vodcast, host David Fulton is joined by three former captains who led their sides to an incredible 21 titles between them with Chris Adams, Mark Alleyne and Ryan ten Doeschate the guests.

All three leaders helped to turn their county’s fortunes around into golden eras and they discuss the key ingredients to a successful team and how they instilled a winning mentality.

County Captains

In partnership with Greene King, Chris Adams, Mark Alleyne and Ryan ten Doeschate discuss how they brought unprecedented success through their leadership...

  • Adams led Sussex for 11 years and was responsible for lifting nine trophies including three County Championships and one Lord’s final.
  • Alleyne was the skipper of Gloucestershire for nine years, which included a spell of nine trophies in just seven seasons, including the one-day treble in 2000.
  • ten Doeschate had immediate success after stepping up to lead Essex by taking his side to the top division by winning Division Two of the County Championship and then winning Division One in two of the following three seasons.