storm in Sharjah, leaving the mighty Australians flattened in its wake. The
inimitable Tony Greig worked his magic in the commentary box, transmitting the
excitement and madness of that unforgettable evening to millions.
and Cricket. by Mark Greig and Joyce Greig. Tony Greig was a fearless cricketer,
a born entertainer, a stalwart friend and a loving son and father. His death in
December 2012 was met with an outpouring of grief from friends, ...
real hiding' ('96 World Cup final), 'These Sri Lankans are very, very good, they
catch everything' ('95 Benson and Hedges Series), 'Little Kaluhas smashed
thatfor fourandthe SriLankans are loving it'('95Benson and HedgesSeries). At
charismatic voice of seasoned English commentator Tony Greig on Sachin
Tendulkar's assault against Australia during the Desert Storm series of 1998 at
Sharjah echoed miles away in Chaturpura village of Shergarh tehsil of ...
cricket–a shorter, more dynamic and televised form of the game. His speech at
Lord's this week was more of the Test match form. Long, and not so dynamic. For
a cricketer his delivery wasn't helped by the length of the run-up to his main
phrases continue to ring in the ears and minds of cricket followers across the
globe. A true follower of cricket will acknowledge that the original Channel 9
commentary team played a distinctive role in taking the game to the ...
Tony Greig died of a heart attack on Saturday at the age of 66, as he battled lung
cancer. South African-born Greig had only recently been diagnosed with cancer
and suffered a cardiac arrest at his Sydney home, dying shortly ...
remembers the integral contribution of Tony Greig to the Museum and the
creation of the new World Series Cricket (WSC) exhibition, 'Packer, Lights, Action'
. Tony was an essential figure in the creation of Kerry Packer's WSC which ...
Vincent's Hospital, Darlinghurst, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia 29.12.2012
aged 66. Tony Greig was a natural ball player and local lore has it that in his first
year at school he appealed to his kindergarten teacher, Miss ...
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controversy over his involvement in World Series Cricket. Yet he rebuilt the
England side battered into submission by Lillee and Thomson, won a difficult tour
in India and led a magnificent attempt to topple Australia in the Centenary Test. Tony Greig.
news of the death on December 29 of the great South African-born all-rounder Tony Greig, at 66. This morning we heard that the cricket commentator and
author Christopher Martin-Jenkins has also died. He was 67. Both had ...
his name is 'Insurance' even though he was a famous cricketer, not an insurance
salesperson. Above his Wikipedia entry in the natural Google rankings is the sad
story from the Australian “Tony Greig's wife Vivian in $600,000 ...
be silent and hope that it will go away. The problem is, that strategy just tends to
embolden the racists. So it has proved with Tony Greig. His constant derogatory
remarks about Indians or “the Indians”, as he refers to them, are ...
December 29th, 2012 at the young age of 66 years-old. He had been diagnosed
with lung cancer two months previously yet died of a suspected heart-attack
whilst at the St Vincent Hospital in Sydney. Given the suddenness of his death, ...
with a specific reference to “Little Kalu” who along with Sanath Jayasuriya, was
causing grief to a lot of bowlers. The grief became internalised in Manoj
Prabhakar's last ODI, when Kalu and Sanath launched a blistering attach on ...