Harry Gurney has returned from Australia with a desire to make up for lost time, after the Outlaws paceman turned out in just four matches for the Melbourne Renegades' disappointing Big Bash season.
The 33-year-old injured his hamstring early in the Renegades' title defence, failing to turn out in any further games for his adopted Australian side as the BBL08 Champions bowed out in the group stages.
Now back in England, Gurney sits down to discuss:
- His Big Bash frustrations
- Samit Patel's impressive performances in his first Big Bash experience
- His pre-season heading into the Indian Premier League
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