Former England cricketer Ebony Rainford-Brent has shared a picture of a racist hate letter she has received, where she was told to "leave our country".
Rainford-Brent, who became the first black woman to play for England in 2001, posted the image of the sickening correspondence on Twitter.
She captioned her post: "Interesting… Born in South London but apparently I was found naked in Africa as a primitive. Had some letters in my time but this one up there!"
The comments on the handwritten letter included a reference to 'white cricket culture' and instructed Rainford-Brent to 'leave our country.'
It comes just a day after Azeem Rafiq gave evidence to the Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) select committee about his wide-ranging allegations of institutional racism at Yorkshire County Cricket Club.
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Rafiq told MPs he felt "isolated, humiliated at times" due to the bombardment of racism he suffered and the "constant uses of the word p***'" during his time at the club.
Rainford-Brent played 29 times for England between 2001 and 2010 and soon moved into broadcasting, featuring regularly on Sky Sports and Test Match Special.
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She joined forces with her Sky Sports colleague Michael Holding in the summer of 2020 to feature in a video discussing the Black Lives Matter movement, a campaign that saw the pair awarded the Freedom of the City of London.
In the short film, the 37-year-old spoke about how regular comments about her ethnicity made her question her future in the game.
Along with her broadcasting career and a role as director of Surrey women's team, she set up the ACE Programme – a charity aimed at increasing cricketing opportunities for members of the African-Caribbean community.