Australian swing-bowling allrounder Gary Gilmour has died, aged 62.
Gilmour died on Tuesday at Sydney’s Royal Prince Alfred Hospital.
The left-armer played 15 Tests and was renowned for snaring figures of 6-14 against England in the 1975 World Cup semi-final.
In 2002, Wisden ranked it cricket’s best one-day international bowling performance.
The then 23-year-old also claimed 5-48 in the final of the inaugural World Cup, which Australia lost to the West Indies.
‘Gus’ Gilmour underwent a liver transplant in 2005, when his former captain Ian Chappell led a band of former teammates in raising money for the procedure.
Gus Gilmour has passed away..a sad day…had not an enemy in the game…his bat was an axe and he could swing a brick around a container.RIP
— Kerry O'Keeffe (@kokeeffe49) June 10, 2014