Pivac backs Sir Ian Botham’s grandson James to have ‘very big future’

Published on November 19, 2020 - Duration: 00:24s

Pivac backs Sir Ian Botham’s grandson James to have ‘very big future’

Wales boss Wayne Pivac has described James Botham as “a player with a very bigfuture” after selecting him for his Test debut.

Botham – grandson of Englandcricket great Sir Ian Botham – will makes his Wales bow in Saturday’s AutumnNations Cup clash against Georgia.


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