Cricketers who died during their playing career

Zeenews Sports Bureau

New Delhi: West Indies cricketer Runako Morton died in a road accident in Trinidad & Tobago on Monday.

Following is the list of international cricketers who died during their playing careers.

Runako Morton, 33, West Indies, car accident (2012)

Jock Cameron, 30, South Africa, typhoid fever (1935)

Cyril Christiani, 24, West Indies, malaria (1938)

Stanley de Silva, 23, Sri Lanka, motorcycle accident (1980)

Ken Farnes, 30, England, flying accident on active service with the Royal Air Force (1941)

Fred Grace, 29, English cricketer, pneumonia (1880)

Ben Hollioake, 24, England, car accident (2002)

Archie Jackson, 23, Australia, tuberculosis (1933)

Roy Kilner, 37, England, enteric fever (1928)

Raman Lamba, 38, India, died of internal hemorrhage suffered after being hit by a ball during a game (1998)

Trevor Madondo, 24, Zimbabwe, malaria (2001)

Tufty Mann, 31, South Africa, cancer (1952)

Manjural Islam Rana, 22, Bangladesh, motorcycle accident (2007)

Sadashiv Shinde, 31, India, typhoid (1955)

Wilf Slack, 34, England, collapsed and died while playing cricket in Gambia (1989)

Collie Smith, 26, West Indies, car accident (1959)

Maurits van Nierop, 25, Netherlands, accidental fall (2008)

Ken Wadsworth, 29, New Zealand, skin cancer (1976)

Dodger Whysall, 41, England, blood poisoning (1930)

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