Tony Peters and Tony Davies are two of the volunteers who help out at the CC4 Museum of Welsh Cricket. Under the watchful eye of Chief Archivist Andrew Hignell they have busied themselves with cataloguing items for the museum as well as assisting with its journey towards accrditation as a museum.
Thay talk about their experiences and some of the great cricketing stories they have discovered along the way including a lovely one about Tony Davies' father, Haydn, Glamorgan wicketkeeping star of the 1948 Championship winning side and his 500th victim in first class cricket . . . oh, and chocolate cake at Lords gets a mention as well!