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June 10, 2014
Tributes to former Australia allrounder Gary Gilmour, who has died aged 62.
Gus Gilmour has passed away..a sad day...had not an enemy in the game...his bat was an axe and he could swing a brick around a container.RIP— Kerry O'Keeffe (@kokeeffe49) June 10, 2014
Condolences to Gary Gilmour and his family our thoughts are with him and his family from all at CA at this time #267 baggygreen— Darren Lehmann (@darren_lehmann) June 10, 2014
Very sad news the passing of Gary Gilmour a very special cricketer.— Rodney Hogg (@RMHogg) June 10, 2014
Terribly sad news about Gary Gilmour's passing. One of the most loved players in Australian cricket. RIP.— Paul Marsh (@Marsh_Paul) June 10, 2014
"Gary was a captivating talent and one of the best swing bowlers our country has seen. Gary had the rare ability to single-handedly turn a game and his memory will live on in Australian cricket. Anyone who witnessed Gary in full flight during the 1970s will remember fondly the way he ripped through batting line-ups with his swing bowling."
Cricket Australia CEO James Sutherland
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