Podcast: The views of our panellists as we discussed the future of cricket

Digital Sport was delighted to welcome Andy Muggleton, Owen Hughes, Fiona Staines, Chris Hurst and Stephen Lyle to our panel as they discussed the future of cricket after a summer of thrilling World Cup and Ashes action.

Chris, our moderator for the night, had led the discussion brilliantly as the five touched on the progression of the game along with giving insight into their roles around these busy times for the game.

Have a listen to our first episode of our new Digital Sport Insider podcast series, as we spoke with the panellists one-on-one after the event, to give a little extra detail and insight into their particular roles and what they made of the past few months.

With discussion about the Hundred, what it’s like to cover the World Cup and even looking at the future of virtual reality, you don’t want to miss this episode!

A big thank you once again to those who attended our event, and to our panellists as well. Remember to look ahead at our upcoming events as well and get your tickets if you want to join in with the discussion and meet people in the industry! Likewise, if you want to take part in the podcast, contact james@digitalsport.co for more information.

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