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Football, cricket and rugby chiefs to face grilling from MPs next week to assess the coronavirus crisis' impact on their sports Rick Parry, Tom Harrison and Bill Sweeney have been called as inquiry witnesses  The EFL, ECB and RFU chiefs will give evidence to the committee on Tuesday  UK Sport chair Katherine Grainger will also answer questions on Wednesday  Here’s how to help people impacted by Covid-19

By David Coverdale For The Daily Mail

Published: 23:01 BST, 1 May 2020 | Updated: 23:05 BST, 1 May 2020

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Football, cricket and rugby chiefs face a grilling from MPs next week on how coronavirus has impacted their sports.

EFL chairman Rick Parry, ECB chief executive Tom Harrison and RFU CEO Bill Sweeney have been called as witnesses at a new Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport committee inquiry.

They will give evidence remotely on Tuesday, before UK Sport chair Katherine Grainger and Sport England chief executive Tim Hollingsworth answer questions on Wednesday. 

EFL chairman Rick Parry will be one of three sport chiefs to be grilled by MPs next week

EFL chairman Rick Parry will be one of three sport chiefs to be grilled by MPs next week

ECB chief executive Tom Harrison will be a witness as MPs look into Covid-19's impact on sport

ECB chief executive Tom Harrison will be a witness as MPs look into Covid-19's impact on sport

The DCMS committee inquiry has been

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