England cricket captain Joe Root has stated that he needs to “see change and motion” following the current racism scandal that has mired the game.
Root, who can be a senior participant at Yorkshire, added that the current allegations have “fractured our recreation and torn lives aside”.
“I wish to see change and actions that can see YCCC rise from this with a tradition that harnesses a various surroundings with belief throughout all communities that help cricket within the county,” he stated.
“These occasions have fractured our recreation and torn lives aside.
“We should now get better and are available again collectively as followers, gamers, media, and those that work inside cricket. We now have a chance to make the game I like higher for everybody.”
It comes after former cricketer Azeem Rafiq was discovered to have been a sufferer of “racial harassment and bullying” whereas enjoying for Yorkshire County Cricket Membership, however nobody was punished, prompting widespread criticism into the sport.