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Posted 27 June 2012 - 03:32 AM (#41) User is offline   Aljannah 

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View Postbadman, on 19 June 2012 - 10:52 PM, said:

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Tom Maynard an up and coming Surrey batsman tragically died in the early hours ofMonday morning, Tom Maynard was the son of England cricketer Matthew Maynard. The 23 year old was hit by a train near Wimbledon park tube station. He had a very bright future within the game who was tipped to become an England regular. His death should remind all of us that there is more to life than rivalry in cricket and every soul shall return to his Lord. A quite a sad day when we hear of people of such a young age die so tragically. May God give his loved ones the patience and some time to reflect on such a tragic tragedy. May ALLAH Have Mercy on all of us in this world and the world hereafter.


http://www.bbc.co.uk...ricket/18504109


He'd been drinking, and driving recklessly.Surrey Police had stopped him already, but he apparently ran off. Found later dead.

Many lessons to learn from here. Being rich don't guarantee you P.O.M (peace of mind) nor does being poor... wait I do have a point to make here. Oh yeah. It's the closeness you have with Allaah swt that gives you P.O.M.
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Posted 10 October 2013 - 04:49 PM (#42) User is offline   badman 

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Salams,

One of the - if not the greatest batmen of cricket in our lifetime, Sachin Tendulkar has just announced he will be retiring from Cricket for good when he accomplishes his 200th Test match for India against West Indies next month. Tendulkar one of only a handful of men to score 100 - hundreds first class international runs reached this feat for his Country against (the mighty) Bangladesh last year & will bring a close to a 24 year extra-ordinary international cricket career which has seen him break many records and to have participated in six world cups and finally winning it in 2011.

This guy is adored by Indians being a member of the Indian Parliment - is he the future Indian PM in waiting? What ever he plans to do in retirement - wish him well!
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Posted 27 November 2014 - 02:52 PM (#43) User is offline   badman 

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Salams,

Some sad news to come from Australia as many of you must have heard Australia batsman Phil Hughes has passed away following a tragic accident that occurred during a cricket match he was playing in. Two days ago Phil Hughes who would have been celebrating his 26th birthday this coming Sunday was batting for his side South Australia when he was struck by a bouncer that hit his head, he was taken to hospital where he failed to regain consciousness and unfortunately (today) he passed away.

The whole cricketing world has paid tributes.

As a mark of respect Pakistan and New Zealand have jointly suspended their test match which was to resume today (Thursday 27 Nov) in Sharjah, United Arab Emirates.

Pakistan Cricket Board chairman Shaharyar Khan said: 'It's a sad day for cricket.


'We share the grief of Phil Hughes' untimely and tragic death with his friends and family, and also with our friends in Cricket Australia.

'Pakistan's cricketing fraternity is saddened by his passing away. All our thoughts and prayers are with Phil and his family.'

Team manager Moin Khan said: 'The entire team is saddened. We are shocked at Phil Hughes' untimely death.

'The entire team is sad, and we send our heartfelt condolences to the family of Phil Hughes.'

Many of the Pakistan team played against Hughes just last month, in one-day internationals and a Twenty20 when Australia were their visitors in the United Arab Emirates.

Former Australia wicket keeper Adam Gilchrist tweeted: "No no no no no, RIP Phillip Hughes. For eterniry the spirit of Cap No. 408 #RIPPhilHughes.

Australian batsman Steve Smith said tweeted: "Rest in peace Hughesy. I am really going to miss you. You were one of the great blokes and I will never forget you. #408 will live on forever."

England batsman Joe Root wrote: "Awful to wake up to the news of Phil Hughes! Tragic day for the sport. Thoughts go out to those close to him! #RIPPhilHughes"

Former England captain Michael Vaughan wrote: "Just far too young... He was only doing the job he loved... and was brilliant at it... #RIPHughes."

Sri Lanka star Mahela Jayawardena said: "Just heard the worst news possible..our thoughts & prayers are with Phil, his family & friends. RIP Phil Hughes!!"

South African star AB de Villiers posted: "Heart broken! A very dark day. You will be missed, Phil Hughes. My prayers and thoughts go out to his family & friends."

Indian icon Sachin Tendulkar said Thursday he was shocked to hear of Australian batsman, Philip Hughes Death calling it a "sad day for cricket".

"Shocked to hear about Phil. Sad day for cricket," said Tendulkar, who played alongside the 25-year-old Hughes in the Indian Premier League.

"Deepest condolences to family, friends and well wishers. RIP," Tendulkar said on Twitter of his former Mumbai Indians teammate.


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RIP: Phil Hughes (1988-2014)

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Posted 03 December 2014 - 05:28 AM (#44) User is offline   badman 

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Salams,

Philip Hughes Funeral took place today.
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