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'Sir' Geoffrey tells all at Bramall Lane

16 August 2017

Boycott's 100th Hundred - The 40th Anniversary Tour
6th October, Bramall Lane, Sheffield

The Greatest Living Yorkshireman is coming to Bramall Lane... for a special evening of stories and anecdotes.

To mark the 40th anniversary of his century of first class hundreds the outspoken Yorkshire and England cricket personality Geoffrey Boycott OBE - now a Test Match Special summariser - will be in conversation with Look North presenter Harry Gration.

It promises to be a fabulous evening with 'Boycs' recalling with the help of film footage the magical moment when he lit up Headingley with his 100th century; memories of playing at the Lane when it was a cricket ground and why Blades fan Joe Root will be good for England.

"I will talk about anything to do with cricket and say what I think," said Geoffrey. "It could be an interesting and long night!"

He will be sharing memorable highlights including footage of his debut, his first century, the first day-night game and talk about how co-commentator Jonathan 'Aggers' Agnew recently pranked him live on national radio over his century of centuries declaring: 'Well you've done me a few times but that's the biggest one! You've done me easy haven't you, like a kipper."

The evening will feature hilarious rambles of Geoffrey's career and there will be an opportunity for the audience to put their own questions to the man himself.

Tickets priced at £25, are now available for the event which takes place on 6th October in the Platinum Suite, Bramall Lane. Doors open at 7pm. There is a VIP meet and greet, at a cost of £75, which includes a photo with Geoffrey and an exclusive champagne reception.

To book or to sponsor the event, contact the commercial team on 0114 253 7200 (Option 2).

 

Opening the innings for England, in August 1977, Boycott scored 191 against Australia in the fourth Test in front of a full house at Headingley, becoming the first cricketer to score his one hundredth first-class century in a Test match. Boycott became the fourth English player to be on the field for the entire duration of a Test. And he ended the series with 442 runs at an average of 147.33


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