Jarvo 69

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Daniel Jarvis, also known as Jarvo 69 [1][2][3] is an English cricket fan and YouTuber who gained fame for invading cricket pitches dressed as an Indian player and interrupting matches during the Test series between England and India in 2021.[4][5]

Pitch invasion incidents[edit]

Jarvis performed his first pitch invasion during the first Test match of the series at Lord's, walking onto the field with the Indian team. During the second Test at Headingley, he entered the field of play wearing batting kit.

On 3rd September 2021, while performing his third pitch invasion during the fourth Test at The Oval, Jarvis collided with England batsman Jonny Bairstow and was subsequently arrested by police on suspicion of assault.[6][7]


As a result of the invasions, Jarvis was banned for life from Headingley.[8]


  1. "Eng vs Ind, 4th Test: Jarvo 69 Invades Pitch Again, This Time He Almost Takes Out Jonny Bairstow - Watch". outlookindia.com/. Retrieved 2021-09-04.
  2. "I am an Indian now, will support them in World Cup final even against England: Pitch intruder Jarvo". www.timesnownews.com. Retrieved 2021-09-04.
  3. "England vs India: Fans question ground security after Jarvo 69 invades pitch for 3rd time in series". India Today. September 3, 2021. Retrieved 2021-09-04.
  4. "India vs England: 'Jarvo' does it again, invades pitch during fourth Test at Oval". The Indian Express. 2021-09-03. Retrieved 2021-09-04.
  5. "Pitch invader 'Jarvo' arrested after colliding with Jonny Bairstow on field". ESPNcricinfo. Retrieved 2021-09-04.
  6. "India vs England: Youtuber Daniel Jarvis arrested after entering Oval during pre-lunch session on Day 2 of fourth Test - Firstcricket News, Firstpost". Firstpost. Retrieved 2021-09-04.
  7. "Pitch invader Daniel Jarvis arrested after colliding with England's Jonny Bairstow on the field at Kia Oval". Sky Sports. Retrieved 2021-09-04.
  8. "Stadium intruder 'Jarvo 69' fined and banned for life from Headingley, confirms Yorkshire county". The Times of India. August 28, 2021. Retrieved 2021-09-04.

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