Clive Rice Former South Africa captain Passes Away at 66

Clive Rice Former South Africa captain Passes Away at 66 : Clive Rice the former cricketer of South Africa and the star of Nottinghamshire is died on tuesday 28th july 2015. Clive Rice is suffering from brain tumour and is died in the hospital of Cape Town. He was considered as one of the finest all-rounder of cricketer.

Clive Rice

Clive Rice

Clive Rice Passes Away at 66

Clive Edward Butler Rice was a South African international cricketer. An all-rounder, Rice ended his first-class cricket career with a batting average of 40.95 and a bowling average of 22.49.

Clive Rice played for Notts between 1975 and 1987 and led them to the County Championship title in 1981 and 1987. He played 482 first-class matches, mainly for Transvaal, Natal and Notts, between 1969 and 1994.

Rice played for South Africa in a number of unofficial Tests during the 1980s while South Africa were excluded from international cricket owing to the sporting boycott of the country due to its apartheid laws.


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