Clare Connor appointed as head of dressing-room review to learn about racism in England cricket

Shubham Singh
25 Jan 2022
18:34
Clare Connor appointed as head of dressing-room review to learn about racism in England cricket

England and Wales Cricket Board(ECB) has given Clare Connor reins to a dressing-room review to study racism. The move has been largely inspired by the Azeem Rafiq saga, a former Yorkshire spinner who came forth with allegations of racism conducted by his teammates that included racial slur. This review will kickstart next month and will be placed across the year. Clare Connor is herself a former cricket who was the all-rounder for the England’s women cricket team from 1995-2005. She also became the first MCC Female President last year. 

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