Q: What was your first overseas Test match?
A: Barbados in the late 2000s. In a total run fest I don’t think many wickets were taken but Ravi Bopara got a ton as did Sir Ali Cook. Then Sarwan batted for the rest of the Test.
Q: What is your most memorable overseas Test match you’ve seen?
A: SCG 2011 winning the ashes. Although the memories are a little hazy.
Q: Who is your favourite current England player?
A: Ben Stokes. Has it all and his fiery aggression gets everyone going.
Q: Who is your favourite England player of all time?
A: Paul Collingwood. Hard work, determination and all for the team.
Q: Who is your favourite opposition player of all time?
A: Brain Charles Lara. I would pay to watch him bat again. Majestic.
Q: What is your favourite overseas Test ground and why?
A: MCG – Just the sheer size and enormity of it.
Q: Which country is your favourite to tour and why?
A: New Zealand, the nation is just wonderful as are the people. Great food, culture and they are so humble yet so good at cricket.
Q: Of all the cities/towns you visited on town, which is your favourite and why?
A: Melbourne, the capital of sport
Q: What is your most memorable non cricket moment on tour?
A: Doing the sprinkler at 3 in the morning in Sydney and a random group fo lads joined in. Then headed to another party. Still talk to them occasionally now. Barmy Army!
Q: What do you enjoy most about touring?