Geoffrey Boycott first played for Yorkshire in 1962. He played his first Test match for England just two years later before going on to become the first England cricketer to pass 8000 runs. In an eighteen year career he played in 108 Test matches, scored 22 Test centuries, including a high score of 246 and ended with a Test average of 47.73. Since retiring as a player, he has enjoyed a hugely successful career as a commentator. He lives in Jersey and South Africa.
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