Ezra Moseley, former Windies pacer, dies in accident at 63  |  Photo Credit score: AP
Former West Indies quick bowler Ezra Moseley, has died on the age of 63 after he met with a street accident.
Moseley was struck by a automotive on Saturday whereas driving his bicycle in Christ Church, close to Bridgetown, and was pronounced lifeless on the scene in his native Barbados, ESPNcricinfo quoted native reviews as saying.
Moseley performed two Check matches towards England in 1990 and likewise 9 ODIs between 1990 and 1991.
“It has come as a shock to listen to of the passing of Ezra Moseley, earlier right now, with the tragic information popping out of Barbados,” Cricket West Indies director of cricket, Jimmy Adams, stated in an announcement. “Your entire CWI household are deeply saddened. Ezra was certainly one of our area’s premier quick bowlers from the late ’70s by the ’80s and into the early ’90s, when he went on to play for the West Indies after enjoying professionally within the Caribbean, England and South Africa.
“After his enjoying day have been over, Ezra continued to serve cricket within the area by teaching on the junior ranges in Barbados and shifting into positions with our worldwide girls’s staff. On behalf of CWI I wish to lengthen our honest condolences to his household and allow them to know they’re in our ideas and prayers right now,” he added.
Moseley had an impressive skilled profession with Glamorgan in English County cricket and in South Africa for Japanese Province and Northern Transvaal.
General, he performed 76 matches and took 279 wickets at a mean of 23.31 runs per wicket. He additionally took 102 wickets in 79 Record A matches.
He was the assistant coach when the West Indies girls’s staff gained the Girls’s T20 World Cup in India in 2016 and was the present coach of the Barbados girls’s staff.
“I used to be captain of the Barbados staff when ‘Moses’ performed and he was a superb staff man and a implausible cricketer, with the power to swing the ball each methods. He was somebody you’ll wish to stroll onto the sphere with. He made a fantastic contribution to cricket as a participant and a coach and contributed immensely to the expansion and growth of many younger women and men,” stated Roland Holder, CWI’s Cricket Operations Supervisor.