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My special guest is Hilton Cartwright. Hilton is an Australian cricketer who plays state crickets for WA and in the big bash for the Perth Scorchers. In 2017 he made his International Debut in both test match and one day international cricket for Australia.

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You will learn plenty in episode 52 of the Talking with TK Podcast.

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George Kambosos
Mark Hunt
Luke Jackson

2:54 – Welcome Hilton Cartwright

3:40 – The 2017 roller coaster

4:22 – Dealing with expectations leading into the Ashes

5:28 – The bond in the WA squad

6:16 – Not bowling as much and improving his batting

7:04 – Influence of Justin Langer

8:00 – Rotating through the different forms of the game

9:11 – Perth Scorchers and the season ahead

9:45 – The demands of travel

10:36 – Losing his accent

11:25 – Zimbabwe

12:43 – The Baggy Green & Tom Moody presentation

13:41 – The Test Debut

15:15 – The difference at test level

16:58 – Learning from the international experience

17:56 – Not making the Under 19’s

18:42 – What he does after a bad innings

19:30 – Playing in India

20:28 - Spinners opening the bowling

21:54 – Intensity of the crowd in India

22:47 – Posters on his bedroom wall growing up

23:48 – 5 people he would invite to private dinner party

TIME STAMPS

“2017 has been a fair roller coaster, last year I was just looking to cement my spot with the WA team and I ended up getting called up to the boxing day test match which was never in my expectations and then to play the Sydney Test wasn’t in my expectations. So to go from trying to cement my spot in the WA team to the Australian team, it changed my views and changed my goals certainly”

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