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The plan was to start a podcast to recreate cricketing discussions outside a tea-shop. We felt serious cricket outlets often take themselves too seriously while the irreverent observers don't take cricket seriously enough. We wanted to find a middle ground, and we are thankful for your continued feedback. We would love to provide more varied content, and also be in a position to create and produce audio features. We hope to carry more quality writing on our website, and eventually turn it into a venue for memorable cricket writing. The game is awash with stories. We would love to explore them in depth. Over the last two-and-a-half years, this endeavour has run purely on passion. Now we are ready to take an upward step. We thought of approaching advertisers. We contemplated bringing on a sponsor. We considered various other options. But none of those ideas inspired as much confidence as you. You understand how much the game means to us. We hope you can support us each month to help us reach the next level.  We look forward to you joining us in this journey. Thanks in advance, - Siddhartha Vaidyanathan (@sidvee) (A bit about me: I have close to 18 years of experience as a cricket writer and editor. I was an assistant editor at ESPNcricinfo from 2003 to 2008. In 2013, I was part of the team that launched ESPN’s digital magazine – The Cricket Monthly. Over the years, I have contributed articles to Wisden, ESPNcricinfo, The Nightwatchman, Guardian, Forbes, The Wall Street Journal, The Hindu, Indian Express, India Today, Mid-Day, Mumbai Mirror, The Daily Telegraph, News18, and Yahoo India. You can visit my website at https://www.sidvee.net.)

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