Don Smith, the oldest Test cricketer in England, died at the age of 97

England’s oldest Test cricketer, Dan Smith, the creator of cricket, has passed away at the age of 97. The all-rounder has played three Tests for his team. He made his debut against the West Indies at the Mecca Lords ground in cricket. He was then the coach of the Sri Lankan cricket team. England Cricket Board mourns the death of Dan Smith

The ECB said in its statement that “the England and Wales Cricket Board has mourned the death of former international cricketer Dan Smith, who left the world at the age of 97”. In this hour of grief, the ECB expresses condolences to his wife Lynn and his family.

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Dan Smith played mostly for Sussex throughout his career, where he scored 17,000 runs from 1746-1962. He also took 340 wickets. According to his county club Sussex, Dan Smith wanted to do a rose flower business during his cricket career, but he couldn’t do it because of the high temperatures at the time. This time Lansing College offered him to become a groundsman and coach. He worked on this for almost 20 years.

In 1984, he was coached by the Sri Lankan cricket team. He held the position for some time. He later settled in Adelaide, Australia with his wife, Lynn. Last week, let us tell you that Alan Burgas, the world’s first-class cricketer, died at the age of 100.

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