This episode marks the return of spectators to watching cricket at Sophia Gardens. The last game where spectators could attend took place in September 2019. It has been over 600 days since Glamorgan fans were able to watch Michael Hogan, Chris Cooke and all the other players.
Given that the event is quite significant we thought we would chat to those people at Glamorgan County Cricket Club who were charged with making arrangemenst for the Welsh Government Test Event which took place on the first day of the County Championship match against Lancashire on Thursday 3rd June.
We speak to Head of Operations at Glamorgasn, Dan Cherry and Chief Steward Allan Jones in advance of the day, capturing their preparations and expectations. We also captured some feedback from those that were in attendance on the day, including a brief chat with Kiran Carlson's mum.
To round things off we caught up with Dan after the event to see how things had gone. This was a small step back towards normality at the cricket for all those that love the sport. The episode is our small contribution to capturing a moment when our country began to return to the rhythm of the sporting calendar.