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Former English cricketer, Robin Jackman Has Passed Away

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Former English cricketer, who played in four Test matches and 15 One Day Internationals for the England cricket team between 1974 and 1983 and was a seam bowler and useful tail-end batsman, Robin Jackman has passed away.

 

was reported to have died today December 25 2020. Circumstances surrounding his death is not yet known as at the time of filing this report.

Robin Jackman has been battling with cancer for a long time. On 6 November 2012 Jackman was diagnosed with cancer and is undergoing treatment.

His appearance in Guyana was popular with English supporters and players, but not appreciated by the local politicians. Being married to a South African, Jackman had naturally made several visits to that, then outlawed, country, and was duly served a deportation order by the Guyanese authorities.

 

He played 15 ODIs and scored 54 runs. The cause of his death is not known as yet. Jackman made his ODI debut against India in 1974 and then featured in the match against New Zealand in 1983.

The fans from all over the world are quite shocked with the news of the demise of cricketer-turned-commentator Robin Jackman.

 

Jackman made his ODI debut against India in 1974 and then featured in the match against New Zealand in 1983 which was his last game in the 50 over format.

The former England cricketer made his Test debut in March 1981 against West Indies and played his last game against Pakistan in the following year.

Jackman went to the West Indies with England in 1980-81. However, he was married to a South African and played and coached in South Africa during winters. Guyana had a strict anti-apartheid They deported him.

The Test match was cancelled and  the fans took to social media to express shock over the death of the former cricketer.

 

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