ICC Hale Of Fame

Vinoo Mankad And Kumar Sangakkara Among 10 Players Inducted Into ICC Hall of Fame

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ICC Hall of Fame: The International Cricket Council (ICC) has announced the ICC Hall of Fame on Sunday. The ICC has included the big players of the game, including former Indian cricketer Vinoo Mankad, in its All of Fame list, which includes two players each from five eras since the early days of cricket.

The ICC said in its official statement, “The 10 legends of the game to be inducted have made significant contributions to the history of Test cricket and have been inducted into the ICC Hall of Fame’s illustrious list. The total number of inductees is 103. Has occurred.”

Players who made the list included Aubrey Faulkner of South Africa and Monty Noble of Australia for the early era (before 1918), Sir Leary Constantine of the West Indies, and Stan of Australia for the time between the two worlds wars (1918–1945). McCabe is the name of England’s Ted Dexter and India’s Vinoo Mankad for the post-World War II era (1946–1970).

West Indies’ Desmond Haynes and England’s Bob Willis for the ODI era (1971–1995), while Zimbabwe’s Andy Flower and Sri Lanka’s Kumar Sangakkara for the modern era (1996–2016). It is believed that like last year, this year also awards will be given through virtual ceremonies. This is being done due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The final of the ICC World Test Championship is being played for the first time. On this occasion, the ICC has also announced the Hall of Fame. To increase the relevance of Test cricket, this tournament was started two years ago and now its final match will be played between the teams of India and New Zealand at the Ageas Bowl in Southampton from June 18. 

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