West Indies and Barbados legend Seymour Nurse have kicked the bucket matured 85.
Medical caretaker passed away at Queen’s Elizabeth Hospital in the wake of weak for a significant lot, announced the Caribbean media. He is made due by his twin little girls, Roseanne, and Cherylanne Nurse.
Generally viewed as a standout amongst the best batsman on the planet amid the 1960s, Nurse played 29 Test matches from which he scored 2523 keeps running at a normal of 47.60.
He oversaw six Test hundreds and 10 fifties, with a most noteworthy score of 258 versus New Zealand in Christchurch in 1969. Of his six hundreds, two were duplicates and another a score of 168.
Previous West Indies opener Desmond Haynes posted on his Facebook page: “My mentor, my tutor. We as a whole from the Holders Hill territory love this man. We used to walk like Seymour, bat-like him and attempt to talk like him. A debt of gratitude is in order for all that you have accomplished for me. May he Rest In Peace and ascend in wonder”.
The medical caretaker was among a tip-top rundown of West Indian batsmen who made more than 500 keeps running in a Test arrangement on two events. He made his Test debut against England in Jamaica in 1960 and was named one of Wisden’s Five Cricketers of the Year in 1967.
In the wake of resigning from cricket, Nurse filled in as a Barbados selector and mentor and was likewise an administration cricket mentor at the National Sports Council. He assumed a job in the advancement of a few Test players including Malcolm Marshall, Roland Holder, Carlisle Best, Sherwin Campbell, Pedro Collins, and Dwayne Smith.