The man who kept Harry Kane quiet until his 84th-minute equaliser has already bowled at Lord’s for village side Findon Cricket Club.
Australia regained the urn with an innings win in Perth to go 3-0 up with two to play yesterday.
Charlie 55, and his co-host Naga Munchetty, 42, were joined by the sports presenter in the BBC studio when he brought bad news about the England women's cricket team.
Sheila Kegg, 85, first came to Colne Cricket Club, in Lancashire, in the 1970s to help make the tea break beverages, cakes and sandwiches.
he racist tirade came during a break in play at the day-night Test against the West Indies at Edgbaston in Birmingham on Saturday.
Warwickshire all-rounder Chris Woakes and 20-year-old leg break bowler Mason Crane, both named in a 13-man squad, are left out for the first pink ball day-night Test in this country.Pace bowler Toby Roland-Jones keeps his place in Root's side with Su
The 46-year-old presenter told his BBC audience that he “went next door” to burn 57-year-old Bradley Walsh’s ITV set to the ground.In jest, Richard joked that he had stored the contents of the studio in a replica Ashes cricket cup.Introducing his co-
SWNSLuke Robinson bowled a perfect overLuke Robinson's team looked like they were heading for defeat in a cup match after only managing to chalk up 76 runs during their innings batting.After two indifferent overs, the 13-year-old asked to be pulled f