Brief Report (UK) – AFTER A typically buccaneering innings by Collis King swung the 1979 World Cup final in favour of the West Indies, he has become a familiar – and formidable – figure in Yorkshire’s cricket leagues.

Summary

  • AFTER A typically buccaneering innings by Collis King swung the 1979 World Cup final in favour of the West Indies, he has become a familiar – and formidable – figure in Yorkshire’s cricket leagues.
  • The consequence is that Mr King, who was due to play for Dunnington this summer, is in limbo in his native Barbados while his anxious family here try to make sense…

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