Who’s at the Table welcomes cricket legend Brad Haddin for a chat about all things cricket, coaching and fathering.
Learn about the importance of teamwork and how hard decisions can really pay off and support the family.
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Father and former international cricket star Brad Haddin has been an Australian vice-captain, coach and represented Australia in Test, One-Day International and Twenty20 International cricket.
As a right-handed batsman and wicket-keeper, he also played for the New South Wales Blues in both domestic first-class and List A cricket.
Haddin retired early from his sporting career, as daughter Mia battled a rare form of cancer. He wrote a book dedicated to his family called “My Family’s Keeper”. It told an extraordinary story of how one of cricket’s toughest competitors and his family dealt with a very private struggle. The book shared how teamwork and strong partnerships matter in life as much as they do in sport.
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