Noisy Balls

Justin Hollingsworth - A Man On A Mission

October 15, 2020 Marco Curralejo, Justin Hollingsworth Episode 7
Noisy Balls
Justin Hollingsworth - A Man On A Mission
Chapters
00:00:00
Intro
00:02:06
Justin Hollingsworth - Part 1
00:21:15
Please promote Noisy Balls
00:22:19
Justin Hollingsworth - Part 2
00:40:48
Listener Emails
00:42:05
Outro and contact details
Noisy Balls
Justin Hollingsworth - A Man On A Mission
Oct 15, 2020 Episode 7
Marco Curralejo, Justin Hollingsworth

On this episode of Noisy Balls, I spoke with someone who will probably be well known to some of you, especially if you are residing in the UK or you know a little bit about UK vi cricket. My guest this week is Justin Hollingsworth.

Justin is currently studying and working at the University of East Anglia. As a part of his Sports Development course, he is able to work within the UEA Sports team as a sports ambassador.

He is currently the vice captain of the England Visually Impaired cricket team and he certainly takes this role extremely seriously.

Having played for the Warwickshire Visually Impaired Cricket Team prior to the side folding, Justin now captains the Metro side and hopes to be back out on the park next season.

One thing that I certainly did not know is that Justin has a keen passion for throwing the Javelin and hopes to be picked up by GB Para pathway sometime down the track.

I would like to Thank Justin for being such an enjoyable guest on this episode of the show and we wish you the best of luck as you go about fulfilling your dreams.

Noisy Balls is proudly sponsored by the Victorian Blind Cricket Associationand we appreciate the VBCA's support as we bring in a new dawn in blind cricket podcasting.

To Get In Touch with Noisy Balls:

  • Shoot us an email to feedback@noisyballs.com and we will always respond and read your messages up on an upcoming show.
  • Why not be a part of the conversation on the Noisy Balls Facebook Group
  • and you can always follow us on the Noisy Balls Twitter Feed,where we will regularly update you with the goings on in blind cricket locally, nationally and internationally.
  • To find out more about my other podcasting endeavours, I invite you to check out the ANATAD Podcast.

 

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On this episode of Noisy Balls, I spoke with someone who will probably be well known to some of you, especially if you are residing in the UK or you know a little bit about UK vi cricket. My guest this week is Justin Hollingsworth.

Justin is currently studying and working at the University of East Anglia. As a part of his Sports Development course, he is able to work within the UEA Sports team as a sports ambassador.

He is currently the vice captain of the England Visually Impaired cricket team and he certainly takes this role extremely seriously.

Having played for the Warwickshire Visually Impaired Cricket Team prior to the side folding, Justin now captains the Metro side and hopes to be back out on the park next season.

One thing that I certainly did not know is that Justin has a keen passion for throwing the Javelin and hopes to be picked up by GB Para pathway sometime down the track.

I would like to Thank Justin for being such an enjoyable guest on this episode of the show and we wish you the best of luck as you go about fulfilling your dreams.

Noisy Balls is proudly sponsored by the Victorian Blind Cricket Associationand we appreciate the VBCA's support as we bring in a new dawn in blind cricket podcasting.

To Get In Touch with Noisy Balls:

  • Shoot us an email to feedback@noisyballs.com and we will always respond and read your messages up on an upcoming show.
  • Why not be a part of the conversation on the Noisy Balls Facebook Group
  • and you can always follow us on the Noisy Balls Twitter Feed,where we will regularly update you with the goings on in blind cricket locally, nationally and internationally.
  • To find out more about my other podcasting endeavours, I invite you to check out the ANATAD Podcast.

 

Justin Hollingsworth - Part 1
Please promote Noisy Balls
Justin Hollingsworth - Part 2
Listener Emails
Outro and contact details