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Basil D'Olivera RIP

Discussion in 'Personal' started by blazer, Nov 19, 2011.

  1. blazer

    blazer Star commenter

    A man of great dignity and ability.
     
  2. One of my Worcestershire ,boyhood heroes...along with Don Kenyon and Norman Gifford.
    A man who ( perhaps unwittingly) stood his ground against apartheid .
     
  3. As my Dad was a cricketer he was a big part of my early life, and my Nanny liked him because he was good to his Mum, apparently. The afternoon play on R4 a while ago - half-term? was about the South Africa debacle and his devastation at what happened.
     

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