Cricket

Condolences pour in for Rice

2015-07-28 10:56

Cape Town - The cricketing world has expressed their shock and sadness at the loss of former South African cricketer Clive Rice, who passed away on Tuesday morning.

Read: Clive Rice dies

Rice, 66, had been suffering from a brain tumour in recent times.

He visited India earlier this year, receiving robotic radiation treatment for a cancer-related brain tumour at Bangalore's Health Care Global Hospital.

The treatment seemingly went well, but Rice ultimately lost his battle on Tuesday.

Tweets poured in to celebrate the life of South Africa's very first ODI captain and former star of the Transvaal "Mean Machine":

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