By Thomas Burrows and Joseph Curtis England cricket legend Geoffrey Boycott has apologised 'unreservedly' for telling an audience he would have a better chance of getting a knighthood if he 'blacked.. New Zealand Herald
Dilip Jajodia, the man responsible for providing the pink balls for England's first day/night Test this week, is confident they will prove a success and considers scepticism about his new product.. Source: PA - Press Association STUDIO -
Former Indian captain Mohammad Azharuddin, who launched his mobile App in Mumbai was full of praise for the Indian women’s cricket team, who reached the ICC Women’s World Cup Final last.. Source: nnis Sports English -
England cricket legend Geoffrey Boycott allegedly told a group of fans in Birmingham knighthoods were handed out to West Indian cricketers 'like confetti' and he needed to 'black up' to get one. MailOnline Also reported by •MailOnline India
England are set to face ferocious opener Chris Gayle and Ben Stokes-antagoniser Marlon Samuels in next month’s one-day series following a temporary cooling of hostilities with West Indies cricket.. City A.M.