‘The satisfaction on their faces, it’s just priceless’ – a cricket coach’s story

Farouk Hussain went from street cricket to youth county trophies, and was coaching by the time he was 18. In the 30 years since, he’s inspired generations of young cricketers

When Farouk Hussain first played cricket at the age of six he could only keep one eye on the game – he used the other one to watch out for trouble.

Hussain and his friends would walk to a nearby factory, chalk a wicket on to its big wall, and play street cricket with a tennis ball.

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