As a little boy, I lived in Leeds. Apparently the first time I managed to sit still for a whole day was at my first ever cricket match. I had persuaded my dad to take me to a “Roses” game at Headingley. We sat together on the Western Terrace and my father and I watched Clive Lloyd bat all day, whilst I asked incessant questions about the laws of the game. Informed by him and “weathered” by the Yorkshire sun, I have loved and followed the game ever since.

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