Did Geoffrey Boycott ever hit a six?

Did Geoffrey Boycott ever hit a six?

On 8 and 9 June 1967, he made his highest Test score of 246 not out against India on his home ground of Headingley. Batting for 573 minutes, Boycott struck thirty fours and a six at a strike rate of 44.32.

How many sixes did Geoff Boycott hit in his career?

Stats

Batting Mat 6s
Test 108 8
One-day international 36 0
First-class 609
List A one-day 313

When did Geoffrey Boycott score his 100th hundred?

Geoffrey Boycott celebrates his 100th first-class hundred at Headingley August 11, 1977; Headingley, Leeds: It was close to 6 PM. Greg Chappell came on to bowl to Geoffrey Boycott, who was batting

How did Geoffrey Boycott react to the news?

An incredulous Geoffrey Boycott reacts to news from Test Match Special colleague Jonathan Agnew that his famous 100th hundred, scored at Headingley, might be in doubt – although all might not be as it seems…

What was Geoffrey Boycott’s average in first class cricket?

In 414 matches for Yorkshire he scored 32,570 runs at an average of 57.85, with a highest score of 260 not out against Essex, and 103 centuries in all. He scored another 8,699 runs in List A cricket, averaging 40.08. Boycott twice averaged over 100 in an English first-class season: 100.12 in 1971, and 102.53 in 1979.

When did Geoffrey Boycott retire from international cricket?

In a prolific and sometimes controversial playing career from 1962 to 1986, Boycott established himself as one of England’s most successful opening batsmen. Since retiring as a player, he has pursued a successful career as a cricket commentator, and was knighted in 2019. Boycott made his international debut in a 1964 Test match against Australia.