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Who is Stewart Laudat?

Stewart Laudat (born 25 February 1971) is an English cricketer. Laudat is a right-handed batsman who bowls right-arm medium pace. He was born in Oxford, Oxfordshire.

Playing for Oxfordshire entitled him to also play for the Minor Counties cricket team. He made his debut for the team in the 1996 Benson & Hedges Cup against Leicestershire. He played 6 more A List games for the team,

the last against Yorkshire at the 1997 Benson & Hedges Cup. In his 7 games with the team, he scored 95 runs averaging 15.83, scoring high of 43 *. With the ball, he took 5 wickets at an average of 61.60, with better figures of 2/40. Overall, Laudat played 17 A-List games in his career .

In these he scored a total of 324 runs at an average of 23.14, with 2 half centuries and a high score of 58. With the ball, he took 11 lands with an average of 58.54, with better figures of 2/15.

He has previously played for the Northamptonshire Second XI in 1992

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Cricketer Jack Brooks was reprimanded

Cricketer Jack Brooks was reprimanded by his club and ordered to undergo diversity training after nine-year old tweets surfaced calling two friends ‘n *** o’.

Somerset announced the punishment for the fast pitcher after he apologized to England star Tymal Mills and Stewart Laudat, 50, who played minor county cricket for Oxfordshire, for calling them both ‘n *** o’ in 2012 when he was a Northamptonshire player. .

The news comes as MPs warned the Cricket Board of England and Wales to put their house in order because of racism in the sport.

The warning comes after former

The warning comes after former Yorkshire player Azeem Rafiq made a series of allegations implicating a handful of high-profile former England players and other cricketers during an appearance in front of the selection committee for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport this week.

Cheteshwar Pujara:

Rafiq mentioned Brooks specifically, revealing that he had referred to the India hitter Cheteshwar Pujara as ‘Steve’, as he did not mean his first name.

Brooks addressed Tymal Mills and Stewart Laudat as ‘n *** o’ in tweets nine years ago


In a statement issued to Sportsmail, Brooks said: ‘I acknowledge that the language used in two tweets I made in 2012 was unacceptable and I deeply regret using it. I unreservedly apologize for any offense caused to anyone who has seen these tweets.

“The two players I tweeted to are my friends and it was certainly not my intention to cause them distress or offend them or anyone who would read them.

I understand that neither person was offended at the time, bu ti accept that language is important and that a word I used may have offended other people.

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