Like McCollum in episode three, James Cameron-Dow made his Ireland debut over the winter against Afghanistan, playing in the ODI series before being named in the Test XI.
On The Johnny Mo Show, Cameron-Dow talks about growing up in South Africa, playing for the likes of North Down, CIYMS and the Knights and also his international experience.
Ireland international James McCollum joined me to play some FIFA 19 in episode two while discussing his Irish debut a few months prior including a Test match against Afghanistan.
At the time of recording, he was looking forward to the possibility of playing at Lords against England – a game in which Ireland created some history by bowling their hosts out for 85 before lunch on the first day.
McCollum has been one of the most impressive young stars in the country for the past few years and we spoke about his journey to where he is now, playing for the Northern Knights, Waringstown and more.
Former Northern Ireland youth international Andrew Hoey joined the show to talk about his career in football, life at his current club Loughgall and a general discussion about the world of football.
Here is episode one of The Johnny Mo Show, recorded back in March with CSNI and Northern Knights batsman Marc Ellison.
Ellison is an opening batsman for both teams and was captain of New Zealand’s Under-19 side at the 2006 World Cup, skippering the likes of modern greats Martin Guptill and Tim Southee.
The 32-year-old went on to make his First Class debut for the Knights in 2018 and in this interview he talks about all the experiences mentioned above, his journey to this point and looking ahead to the future.