Gerhard Mostert

Team Physiotherapist

How long have you been involved with Warwickshire? Since 2001
 
What does a typical day involve? As physio, it's my job to ensure that all players are fit to play cricket
 
What is your first cricket-related memory? I remember seeing the Rebel tour of England to South Africa in 1989 and watching Adrian Kuiper score a century

Who were your sporting heroes growing up? Helgard Müller, the ex-Cheetahs captain and our most capped rugby player, Heinrich Brüssow, another great South African rugby player, and of course Lance Armstrong

What has been your finest moment on the cricket pitch? I've picked up a few international scalps in the nets – Knighty was my rabbit!

Who have been the biggest influences on your career? My wife and parents

What is the worst job you have ever had? When I was younger I had to work at a petrol station in the middle of nowhere

Can you tell us one fact about Edgbaston the general public probably won't know? It's not about the building, it's about the people!

How do you spend your time away from cricket? Relaxing with my family

You're down to your last £10. How do you spend it? On lots of biltong

If you could meet one famous historical figure who would it be? Nelson Mandela or Neil Armstrong

What is the funniest thing you’ve ever seen on a cricket pitch? Dougie Brown once headed a cricket ball for six in front of John Major

Who is the biggest joker in the Warwickshire squad or staff? The whole squad are jokers

Which member of the Warwickshire squad or staff would you most like under a skyer? It would have to be Westy