The Sun UK – ENGLAND cricketer Ben Stokes will fly to New Zealand tomorrow to resume his international career after pleading not guilty to affray.
- ENGLAND cricketer Ben Stokes will fly to New Zealand tomorrow to resume his international career after pleading not guilty to affray.
- PA:Press Association Ben Stokes left Bristol Magistrates Court after the date of his trial was set for next monthAnd he pleaded not guilty on Tuesday to an alleged brawl after a match in September.
- The plea at Bristol Magistrates’ Court enabled the England and Wales Cricket Board to announce that Stokes would travel to New Zealand on Wednesday to join the touring squad.
- #BIGTACKLE’ Huddersfield star accidentally flashes willy to millions worldwide on live TV BAGGIES BLITZ West Brom axe chairman John Williams after Chelsea loss with club rock bottom Getty Images – Getty Stokes leaves court after pleading not guilty to affrayAP:Associated Press Ben Stokes played for Canterbury during December after he was denied the chance to play for England in the AshesStokes is accused of affray and using or threatening unlawful violence toward another.
- Getty Images – Getty Stokes is the best English all-rounder but he has been on exile from the national team since the incidentThe ECB said: “Having entered his plea at Bristol Magistrates Court today, Ben Stokes will now travel to New Zealand to join the England squad.