Srinagar, August 02 : Sometimes, the players will be remembered for unique stats. One of those cricketers is Malcolm Nash, who will always be remembered for giving six sixes in an over to Gary Sobers. However, there comes a piece of unfortunate news, as the former bowler of England passed away at the age of 74.
Reports said that Nash had collapsed while attending a dinner at Lord’s in London on Tuesday night, and died in a city hospital overnight.
Nash played 17 seasons of first-class cricket, from 1966 to 1983, turning out in 336 matches in which he picked up 993 wickets – 991 of them for Glamorgan – at an average of 25.87 with his left-arm medium-pace bowling.
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Malcolm Nash was a true legend:
He scored 7129 runs in 469 innings with two centuries and 25 half-centuries.