How West Indies batsman and Headingley record-breaker Shai Hope was schooled in East Sussex



One Englishman was left beaming with pride when Shai Hope's devotion to crease occupation secured an historic Test match victory and a place in the first-class record books.
For Hope's historic Headingley hundreds reminded Alan Wells, who had the most fleeting of associations with Test cricket himself in the mid-90s, of an early episode in their relationship at Bede's, an independent school nestled in the countryside of East Sussex.
One that confirmed his pupil was at odds with both his 16 years and the Twenty20 generation into which he was born, as a devoted disciple of the art of... read more

 
30 August 2017 in Sport, Views: 41
Source: Daily Mail
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