Australia fast bowler James Pattinson recalls his first memories of cricket and how he started playing the game. He says it all started in school and takes us back to his past.

Pattinson said that school cricket is what set him to be an international cricketer. On debut for Australia, Pattinson was on a hat-trick against New Zealand.

He goes on to say that his heroes were Glenn McGrath and Brett Lee while growing up. Pattinson also said that in his school days he used to mimic them.

The fast bowler recalls one particular moment during his school days when he met Lee. Watch the video to find out more.