Geoffrey Boycott - Records

Records

  • Wisden, a Cricketer of the Year for 1965, when he played nine Test matches, scoring 617 runs with one century and four fifties at an average of 47.46.
  • Winner of the Walter Lawrence Trophy in 1970.

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