Geoffrey Boycott played for Yorkshire and England and became one of the finest ever opening batsman.
Geoff began an illustrious Test career in 1964 in the first Test of the summer against Australia. He went on to score 8,114 runs in an 18 year Test career spanning 108 Test matches. His average of 47.73 runs over 193 innings is a unique achievement amongst England players playing since 1970. his test career included 22 centuries, and in 1977 he became the first ever cricketer to score his hundredth first class century in a Test match when he scored 191 against Australia in the fourth Test at Headingley, his home ground.
After retiring from playing he moved into the media writing columns for newspapers and working as a commentator fopr various television channels.
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