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2 former cricketers died

 Sports Desk daily-bangladesh.com

 Published: 08:26 PM, 6 April 2020  

English all-rounder Peter Walker and New Zealand wicketkeeper-batsman Jock Edwards

English all-rounder Peter Walker and New Zealand wicketkeeper-batsman Jock Edwards

Former New Zealand wicketkeeper-batsman Jock Edwards,64 and English all-rounder Peter Walker,84 have died.

Edwards played 6 Tests and 8 ODI for New Zealand. He was known as a big-hitting batsman. He played 67 first-class matches from 1974 to 1985.

Although the cause of Edwards' death has not been known, Walker died of a stroke. He played 3 Tests for England against South Africa in 1960. He scored 128 runs in 4 innings.

Walker played 469 first-class matches. He played all matches for the Glamorgan.

Walker also served as President of Glamorgan at the end of his cricket career. He was also a presenter on BBC.

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