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‘A brother of serious note’: Remembering Windies and EP quick Ezra Moseley

The Barbadian fast bowler was a popular and highly respected cricketer around the world

Herald Reporter

The cricketing world paid tribute to Ezra Moseley after the former Eastern Province and West Indies fast bowler died tragically at the weekend, aged 63. Moseley was out cycling in Bridgetown, Barbados on Saturday morning when he was struck by an SUV at a road junction. He died at the scene.

The news shocked the cricketing world with many former teammates and players paying tribute to the speedster.

Moseley burst onto the scene in his first-class debut with Glamorgan in 1980. He then went on to play for Barbados before being sidelined due to back surgery. He recovered in time to join the controversial 1982 West Indies rebel tour of SA. Signing up for that rebel tour earned the entire squad a life ban from West Indies cricket...

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