Caddick, Malcolm and Stewart discuss the entertaining era of '90s cricket.

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In the latest PCA vodcast, host David Fulton is joined by three former England cricketers who have over 450 international caps between them, namely Andy Caddick, Devon Malcolm and Alec Stewart.

All three played key roles in the memorable ’90s era, including Devon Malcolm’s 9/57, Caddy’s four wickets in an over and Stewie’s  centuries at fortress Bridgetown.

Cricket in the '90s

In partnership with Greene King, Andrew Caddick, Devon Malcolm and Alec Stewart discuss cricket in the '90s and the highs and lows of the decade...

  • Caddick took 234 Test wickets for England and formed a formidable opening bowling partnership with fellow seamer Darren Gough. In 2001 he was named as one of the five Wisden Cricketers of the Year.
  • With 133 Tests and over 8,000 Test runs for England, Alec Stewart is the fourth most capped player for his country at Test level. He is now Director of Cricket at Surrey where he played for 22 years.
  • Malcolm’s devastatingly fast bowling was a feature of the ’90s for England as he put fear into batsmens’ eyes across the world. Devon is most fondly remembered for his famous 9/57 against South Africa when he became the first England player to take 9 wickets since 1956.

The vodcast is the fourth of a series in partnership with Greene King. Last week saw three England Women with over 500 caps between them discuss the rise of women’s cricket, and we have previously heard the thoughts of county captains and T20 pioneers.

Rise of Women's Cricket

In partnership with Greene King, Charlotte Edwards, Alex Hartley and Claire Taylor discuss the growth of the game and how the Coronavirus has halted momentum, for now...

County Captains

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

T20 Pioneers

In partnership with Greene King, Dimitri Mascarenhas, Tymal Mills and Owais Shah discuss the introduction and evolution of T20 cricket...