University of NSW has strengthened its side for Friday's Great Cricket Debate by calling up former Test fast bowler, and UNSW graduate, Geoff Lawson.
Lawson took 180 Test wickets between 1980 and 1989, and represented the UNSW Bees throughout his playing career. He is currently the bowling coach for the NSW Blues. His debating style has been described by knowledgeable observers as "take no prisoners".
Lawson rounds out a UNSW team that also includes Cricket NSW Chief Executive Andrew Jones and ACT Meteors star Katie Mack. Sydney University will be represented by former Test opener (and incumbent Steve Waugh medalist) Ed Cowan, "Grade Cricketer" co-author Ian Higgins and SUCC Chairman and professional arguer Max Bonnell.
The Great Cricket Debate will take place at Sydney University's TAG Grandstand on Friday 10 November, commencing at 12.30pm. Most tickets are sold, but some are still available through this website.