The latest in our series of Winter Talks organized by the CC4 Museum of Welsh Cricket features former Glamorgan cricketer Tony Cordle.
“An Evening with Tony Cordle” saw the fast bowler talk through his time with the Welsh County, with no stone left unturned.
Tony, who now lives in Canada, was a member of Glamorgan’s Championship-winning team in 1969 and also appeared in the 1977 Gillette Cup Final at Lord’s.
During the talk, Tony reflected on his career with the Club which began in 1963. One of his finest moments came in 1969 when, during a remarkable game at Colwyn Bay, Tony recorded a career-best 9-49 against Leicestershire in North Wales, but only after coming on as seventh change!
Find out more about the Glamorgan legend and listen to the full talk below.
Further talks are planned over the coming months with speakers including Sam Northeast, Colin Ingram and Andrew Salter.
Further information about these will appear shortly on the Glamorgan Cricket and the CC4 Museum of Welsh Cricket websites.