The International Cricket Council paid rich tribute to former Australia captain and broadcasting legend Richie Benaud, who passed away at the age of 84 following a prolonged illness. ICC Chief Executive David Richardson said: "Today is a very sad day for cricket as it mourns the passing of one of its most beloved sons. On behalf of the ICC, I offer my deepest condolences to the family and friends of Richie Benaud as well as everyone connected with Australia cricket. - Tendulkar pays tribute to ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago
Richie Benaud was a 'true legend', says ICC - Oneindia, 1 month ago
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Cape Town - The International Cricket Council (ICC) has offered its condolences to the family and friends of former Australia captain and broadcasting legend Richie Benaud who has passed away at the age of 84 following a prolonged illness. VIDEO: ...News24, 1 month ago ICC expresses condolences to family of late 'Oz icon' Richie Benaud Ani News, 1 month ago ICC statement on passing away of Benaud The Nation.lk, 1 month ago ICC saddened at passing of former Aussie cricket captain Richie Benaud Jamaica Observer, 1 month ago
Provided by Wisden Martin Crowe became the third New Zealand cricketer, after Richard Hadlee and Debbie Hockley to be inducted into the ICC Hall of Fame. Martin Crowe was inducted into the International Cricket Council's Hall of Fame at the ...MSN News US, 1 month ago Kumble Betty Wilson for ICC Hall of Fame MSN News US, 1 month ago
New Zealand great Martin Crowe was inducted into Crickets Hall of Fame on Saturday, the terminally ill former batsman describing it as a "great honour" and prompting a standing ovation from 40,000 fans at Eden Park. Known as one of the games most stylish ...Deccan Herald, 2 months ago
AFTER cricket legend Richie Benaud died, a handwritten tribute left at the North Parramatta oval named after the all-rounder read: "Thanks for the marvellous memories." Such memories could soon be enshrined in a Richie Benaud Museum proposed for ...Good Fruit & Vegetables Magazine, 3 weeks ago Parramatta City Council ponders proposal for Richie Benaud Museum Sydney Morning Herald, 4 weeks ago
Richie Benaud: Cricket icon Richie Benaud has passed away at the age of 84. Richie Benaud - Source: News Limited RICHIE Benaud would have cheerfully admitted there were many better cricketers to have played for Australia, ...Geelong Advertiser, 1 month ago
This article first appeared in Economic & Political Weekly Today, more than ever before, the balance in the game of cricket is skewed heavily in favour of batsmen. The immense popularity of one-day cricket and, more recently, the T20 format, where ...NDTV, 3 weeks ago
Richie Benaud, who has died aged 84, will be remembered as one of cricket's finest commentators. Yet his legacy extends far beyond the microphone. He was also an exceptional all-round cricketer and one of Australia's finest captains. BBC Sport ...Social Dashboard, 1 month ago Benaud: Much more than a commentator BBC, 1 month ago How the stars save for their life away from the cameras (and look who's smiling - and batting - their way to happiness!) This is Money, 2 months ago
Wellington, Mar 16 (ANI): New Zealand Test cricket legend Marin Crowe feels unmasked and authentic when it comes to fighting with cancer, and has claimed that he is living one hour to the next as his battle with the deadly disease continues. The ...Yahoo! India, 2 months ago 'Unmasked' Martin Crowe claims living 'one hour to next' as his battle with cancer continues Ani News, 2 months ago
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New Zealand cricketing great Martin Crowe has told a British newspaper that he is living "one hour to the next" as he continues to fight cancer. The New Zealand batsman, who was inducted into the International Cricket Council hall of fame at the , ...Stuff.co.nz, 2 months ago Crowe unmasked on living with cancer Dominion Post, 2 months ago
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