The Scottish Sun – SKIPPER AXED
England Under-19 ace Harry Brook’s World Cup is over after ‘breach of discipline’
Yorkshire batsman, 18, averaged 119.
- SKIPPER AXED England Under-19 ace Harry Brook’s World Cup is over after ‘breach of discipline’ Yorkshire batsman, 18, averaged 119.
- The Yorkshire batsman, 18, sat out England’s 32-run win over host nation New Zealand in Queenstown on Tuesday, with Will Jacks leading the side in his Under-19 captain Harry Brook has played his last game at the World Cup Coach Jon Lewis said after the match that Brook had been omitted for breaking a team rule, but did not give any details about what the breach was.
- Brook averaged 119.
- “One thing I would like to stress about this group of people is that they’ve been extremely well behaved here in New IN a fan dodges security and halts England’s series with seal final ODI win against Australia to clinch series vs Australia fifth ODI: Start time, TV channel and team bought for £1.
- With Brook, it is understood alcohol was not a factor in his breach of Stokes missed the Ashes over a discipline issue with England PERTH-ECTION England’s bowlers tear through Australia again as tourists win final ODI and clinch series 4-1An ECB spokesman said: “ECB can confirm Harry Brook was withdrawn from the England Under-19s fixture against New Zealand following a breach of team discipline earlier this week.