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Cricket chiefs apologise for racism

Cricket chiefs apologise for racism – game to change

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Cricket chiefs apologise for racism – the game has to change – watch the statement

Cricket bosses in England and Wales say racism and discrimination is a ‘blight’ on our game and they ‘apologise unreservedly’.

A game-wide meeting was held on Friday following Azeem Rafiq’s testimony about the racism he experienced at Yorkshire.

The ECB spoke about how the culture of the game had to change.  This following talks between cricket chiefs amid racism scandal.

ECB: need to make sure we listen to victims of racism.  Azeem Rafiq has shone a light on our game that has shocked, shamed and saddened us all.

The statement said the group had committed to ‘tangible action’.

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