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WACA mourns Hookes' loss

The Western Australian Cricket Association is deeply saddened by the tragic death of Victorian Bushrangers Coach David Hookes.

The Western Australian Cricket Association is deeply saddened by the tragic death of Victorian Bushrangers Coach David Hookes.
The WACA sends it deepest condolences to the Hookes family.
WACA CEO Mrs Kath White said the senseless loss of Hookes is a tragedy that will be felt around the nation and the cricketing world.
"On behalf of the WACA can I say that our thoughts and prayers are with David's family and all at Cricket Victoria and the SACA. David was one of the true characters of the game," Mrs White said.
"He earned the wide respect and admiration for his contributions to the game as a player, coach and commentator.
"David bought joy to millions of Australians with the way he played cricket. This was a senseless tragedy that has taken one of our sporting heroes."
Retravision Warriors Coach Wayne Clark said that Hookes' death was a tragic loss for Australian cricket.
"David was a tremendous person and I am deeply saddened by his untimely death," Clark said.
"I played and coached against Hookesy and he was a tough-as-nails character that was still the first person into the rooms for a beer after the game.
"He was respected by all who met him for the way he played the game. He gave so much to the sport as a player and then as a Coach, he will be sorely missed."
The Warriors will wear black armbands during their ING Cup match against NSW on Wednesday as a sign of respect for Hookes.