Cricket broadcaster bowls over Mansfield school

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A broadcasting legend bowled over pupils and staff when he visited a special school in Mansfield to help hand over a new minibus.

Jonathan Agnew, who is the voice of BBC Radio’s cricket ‘Test Match Special’, was at Fountaindale School to present the new £48,000 wheelchair-accessible bus to staff and pupils.

Former Leicestershire County Cricket Club player Agnew was joined at the presentation by members of the Lord’s Taverner, a registered charity which promotes sport and recreation, especially cricket, in disadvantaged and disabled young people.

 

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