Quebec AM | Nov 22, 2012 | 11:27

Cricket coming to RDS sports network in January

On those long, dark nights of the NHL lockout, hockey fans are going to need something to keep them occupied. So RDS thinks cricket just might be the ticket. Luckily, the network will be able to count on a pro to explain the game to us. He's Senyo Nyakutse, a former cricket player in Zimbabwe and the co-founder of Cricket Montreal. Andrew Greenfield is a staunch cricket fan and joins us in studio.

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