This is Through the Pickets, a podcast proudly brought to you by the New Zealand Cricket Players Association where we showcase our members interests, achievements and experiences either side of the white picket fence, with more of a lens on their off-field endeavours.
This Episode features Hamish Bennett who began his career in Canterbury in 2005 before moving to Wellington in 2016. In his 17 year career he collected 489 wickets in his 265 domestic matches. Debuting for the BLACKCAPS in 2010 he made 31 appearances for New Zealand across all three formats, taking 43 wickets with best figures of 4-16 v Kenya . Hamish chats about his move to Queensland, the next phase of his life, being a TV pundit, a coach and a dad. He also talks about self development and dealing with a undiagnosed spinal fracture that plagued him for the first 7 years of his career.