The latest in the series of Winter Talks organized by the CC4 Museum of Welsh Cricket took place on 31st January.
“An Evening with Michael Cann” featured an online talk with the former batter and off-spinner who played for Glamorgan from the mid-1980s until the early 1990s, besides having a spell in domestic cricket in South Africa.
During the evening, Michael talked about his progression from school and club cricket in the Cardiff area to a place on the staff of Glamorgan Cricket, as well appearances for the Combined Universities in the Benson and Hedges Cup, as well as playing for Orange Free State and Griqualand West.
He also spoke about a number of humourous incidents during his time playing for Glamorgan’s 1st and 2nd XI, as well as a friendship with Allan Donald, the famous South African fast bowler, and his life after professional cricket.
Find the full interview below.