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Dean Jones on his way to making 90 in a one-run win over India in the 1992 World Cup

Wisden Obituary

Dean Jones

Jones died of a heart attack in Mumbai, where he was part of the official IPL commentary team

Alan Moss of Middlesex

Wisden Obituary

Alan Moss

Moss notched up over half a century of service to Middlesex

Basil Butcher was one of Wisden's Cricketers of the Year in 1970

Wisden Obituary

Basil Butcher

A bulwark of the West Indian middle order in the 1960s

Dennis Silk with Ray Illingworth during the 1996 World Cup

Wisden Obituary - Dennis Silk

Dennis Silk

Silk announced himself by hitting hundreds in successive Varsity Matches

Jack Bond

Wisden Obituary

Jack Bond

'There were greater batsmen and bowlers - but no greater man' - Rev. Malcolm Lorimer

Seymour Nurse finished his career with a magnificent 258 in Christchurch in 1969

Wisden Obituary

Seymour Nurse

'He should have played on much longer than he did' - Sobers

Bob Willis at the Lord's balcony during Pakistan's 1982 tour of England

Wisden Obituary

Bob Willis

Willis's death had an impact beyond the cricket community

Malcolm Nash and Garry Sobers interviewed after the latter's six sixes record

Wisden Obituary

Malcolm Nash

A fine Glamorgan bowler who became the fall guy in one of sport's greatest episodes

Abdul Qadir bowls

Wisden Obituary

Abdul Qadir

With his prancing approach to the crease, whirring delivery and beseeching appeals, Abdul Qadir turned the arcane world of the leg-break and googly into a theatrical experience