FORMER England cricketer Robin Jackman has died on the age of 75.
The tempo bowler is known to have handed away at his dwelling in Cape City on Christmas Day, eight years after being recognized with most cancers.
Jackman performed in 4 Exams and 15 ODIs for England between 1974 and 1983.
He additionally took greater than 1,400 wickets in a first-class profession spanning 16 years at Surrey, successful the County Championship in 1971.
Jackman – born in India in 1945 – moved into the commentary field after retiring and was broadly thought to be among the finest within the enterprise with the microphone in hand.
‘Jackers’ continued to be a well-liked determine by successful the hearts of many South African cricket followers along with his work for SuperSport.
The unhappy information comes quickly after the passing of Jackman’s former Surrey team-mate and England legend John Edrich.
The ICC led the mourning with a tribute to Jackman, tweeting: “We’re saddened to be taught concerning the dying of legendary commentator and former England bowler Robin Jackman, who has handed away aged 75.
“The ideas of the cricketing world exit to his household and pals throughout this troublesome time.”
South African legend and former captain Shaun Pollock wrote: “So passionate and educated concerning the recreation of cricket – such an ideal story teller. At all times prepared to assist, so many good reminiscences R.I.P Jackers”
Former cricketer and coach Ian Pont added: “Actually unhappy information on the passing of former adversary Robin Jackman. One more good man taken from us too quickly. This yr can do one. #RIPRobin”
Sports activities presenter Marcus Buckland mentioned: “What a horrible day for
“First John Edrich and now the colourful Robin Jackman who I beloved watching as a younger fan.
“Thanks for the reminiscences Jackers. Might sense you had been a particular man to be round.”