Wayne Phillips has done just about everything in his cricket career. He’s made hundreds for Australia, won the Sheffield Shield and coached some of South Australia’s most recognisable modern day cricketers. He went One on One with Tom Staggard to talk about his career.
Originally from Darwin, Jake Weatherald moved to Adelaide as a teenager to attend Prince Alfred College, spending his secondary schooling days “playing cricket, footy and chasing girls”.
Almost 10 years later, the dashing left-handed batsman is now a staple in the South Australia Redbacks and Adelaide Strikers sides, and he went One on One with Grady Hudd to talk about his rise through the Sheffield Shield and Big Bash League ranks.
Known to most as ‘Maxy’, Michael Klinger was a prolific run scorer during his six seasons with South Australia, winning the Neil Dansie Medal on three occasions. He went One on One with Grady Hudd to talk about his time with the Redbacks, his departure to Western Australia, and what life has been like since retiring from cricket.