Norwich City Forum - Sir Richie Benaud
Vital Football

Latest Norwich City News

Welcome to the Norwich City Fans Forum

Vital Football on FacebookVital Football on TwitterVital Football via RSS Feed
Not logged in.
( Login | register | forgotten password )
Random quote: "I think he should have gone. 17 goals count for itself. He's a great guy and a great leader at Norwich." Ruddy on Holt for England
- (Added by: Savvy_Monkey)
Current Poll (see more polls)
What would you do with Nelson Oliveira?
Suggested By: Tuckster
Keep him at all costs25%
I`d sell him in the summer75%
Write for Vital Football
Vital Members League Table
3.Steve from Oz182
4.yellow belly139
8.Bolshie Budgie8
9.Canary Kevin8
10.northern yellow7
The Vital Football Members League
Breaking League News
Jump to forum:
Sir Richie Benaud
10 April 2015 08:23 Post ID: #273551
Super Canary
Today Australia lost one of its greatest cricket players ever and one of the worlds greatest cricket commentators, Sir Richie Benaud.

Sir Richie died peacefully in his sleep at 84 years of age.

He commentated up to 2 seasons ago. He suffered injuries in a car crash soon after. He died in a Sydney hospice dealing with one of our prevalent problems over here, skin cancer.

Unfortunatley we are now starting to see the loved sports personalities of our earlier years leave us.

As with Tony Greig, cricket has since never been the same. It will be a lot less the same from this day forth.

Great cricketer, outstanding gentleman, fabulous personality, one of Australias greatest and loved and dearly cherished Aussies.

RIP Richie.
Like post
Like this post
Top of the page Bottom of the page
10 April 2015 12:22 Post ID: #273554 - in reply to #273551
Star player
Very sad news indeed. As a teen, I enjoyed watching cricket almost as much as football and I remember his commentaries well. He was the voice of cricket.
Like post
Like this post
Top of the page Bottom of the page
10 April 2015 13:49 Post ID: #273561 - in reply to #273554
Super Canary
RIP A great man who I can recall as a big part of my early love of cricket.
I still say ' and he's gone ' in an Oz accent every time England get a wicket.
Like post
Like this post
Top of the page Bottom of the page
Pages (1):
Jump to forum:
Norwich City Fixtures  >>