Daryl Tuffey represented New Zealand across all three formats claiming 77 Test wickets and 110 ODI wickets for his country. He played 91 First Class matches claiming 288 wickets with the remarkable best figures of 7-12.
In our chat we discuss his progression from First Class Cricket into the International arena, the three World Cup campaigns he was involved in, the leadership of Stephen Fleming as well as the first T20 International between NZ and Australia.
Daryl also shares his views on the current series between Australia and NZ in particular the tremendous efforts of Neil Wagner with the ball.
We also get to hear about life after professional cricket working with Moa Beer and starting an apprenticeship.
We trust you will enjoy our final episode for 2019!
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