Paul Allott

Former Cricket Player

About Paul Allott

Paul Allott is a former English cricketer and a well-known cricket commentator. Born in 1956, Allott played as a fast-medium bowler for Lancashire and the England national team during the 1980s. Known for his consistent bowling and ability to contribute with the bat, Allott had a successful career in county cricket and represented England in Test and One Day International matches.

After retiring from professional cricket, Allott transitioned into media, becoming a respected cricket commentator and analyst. His insightful commentary and ability to convey the nuances of the game have made him a popular figure in cricket broadcasting. Allott has worked with various media outlets, providing analysis and commentary on domestic and international cricket.

As a public speaker, Paul Allott focuses on the evolution of cricket broadcasting, the importance of adapting to new roles, and sharing engaging cricket stories. His presentations often draw on his experiences as a player and commentator, providing valuable insights into the world of cricket and the challenges of transitioning from playing to media. Allott’s articulate and engaging speaking style, combined with his deep knowledge of the game, makes his talks both informative and entertaining. He emphasizes the importance of adaptability, continuous learning, and maintaining a passion for what you do, offering practical advice and inspiration for audiences seeking to navigate career transitions and achieve success.

Make an Enquiry