Former West Indies cricketer, Ezra Moseley dies in road accident

Former Barbados and West Indies fast bowler Ezra Moseley died tragically in a road accident here Saturday morning.

Reports indicated that Moseley, who celebrated his 63rd birthday last month, was riding a bicycle along the ABC Highway when he was in a collision with an SUV driven by a teenager at the Balls, Christ Church junction.

Moseley played two Tests in 1990 for the West Indies against England at the age of 32 and also had nine One-Day Internationals.

He took 279 wickets in 135 first-class matches at an average of 23.31. He also captured 102 wickets in 79 List A matches at an economy of 3.75 runs per over.

Moseley was cricket coach at The St Michael School where he played an integral role in the development of West Indies’ Test captain Jason Holder.

Courtesy Nation News of Barbados

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