Cricket

CSA sympathises with Maynard

2012-06-19 12:03
Matthew Maynard (Gallo Images)
Cape Town - Cricket South Africa (CSA) has extended sympathy to Titans head coach Matthew Maynard whose 23-year-old son, Tom, passed away under tragic circumstances in London on Monday.

“It is always a tragedy for somebody to die at such a young age,” commented Faul, “and Tom clearly had a lot to offer both cricket and the community in which he lived. He had already made his mark for the England Lions and was set to follow his father on to the full international stage.

“Our thoughts are very much with the Maynard family and his many friends and admirers in British cricket at this very difficult time.”

Tom Maynard was killed by a London Undergroud train in the early hours on Monday morning while attempting to flee from police.
 

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