Former Proteas captain passes away

Image: YouTube/Clive Rice Cricket Nation

Former SA cricket captain Clive Rice has passed away, aged 66.

Rice was recently diagnosed with a brain tumour, and sought medical treatment in India.

Although the former Transvaal captain played during the isolation period, Rice played three One Day Internationals for the national team in 1991. He was later omitted from the team that played at the 1992 Cricket World Cup.

According to ESPN Cricinfo, his first-class career consisted of 482 matches, scoring 26,331 runs at an average of 40.95 runs per innings. The all-rounder also took 930 wickets at an average of 22.49 runs.

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