India's oldest cricketer died on the age of 93

by Jeremy Spirogis
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One of India's oldest first-class cricketers, Walter D'Souza, died right here on Thursday morning. He was 93. He breathed his final at his residence in Khar.

D'Souza (Walter DSouza) has performed for Gujarat and ACC. He performed the 1950–51 Ranji Trophy remaining for Gujarat in opposition to the Holkar crew in Indore. He scored 50 and 77 runs in it.

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One day earlier, former South African cricketer John Harcourt du Preez additionally died. Zimbabwean selector John Harcourt du Preez died on the age of 77 after an extended sickness. <! –

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                 Cricket South Africa (CSA) informed by a press launch that du Preez who was well-known as Jackie.

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John Harcourt du Preez died in Harare on Wednesday. He had been fighting coronary heart illness for a while. He was amongst these Zimbabwean gamers who performed for South Africa earlier than independence.

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