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Hadlee

Sir Richard (John). born 1951, New Zealand cricketer
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Though there was no comparison and relevant reference between cricketer Richard Hadlee and Jacinda Ardern yet our generation knew New Zealand here to fore because of former and now will know because of the latter.
Sir Richard Hadlee himself presented the award to Williamson.
The 67-year-old, whose 431 Test wickets are the most by a Kiwi and place him eighth on the all-time list, had bowel cancer surgery in May and his wife Lady Dianne Hadlee revealed the latest diagnosis in a statement released by New Zealand Cricket.
New Zealand cricketing great Richard Hadlee has undergone surgery for bowel cancer but is expected to make a full recovery, his wife Dianne said on Wednesday.
Incidentally, Herath has broken the record of New Zealand all-rounder Hadlee, who was only marginally younger when he first grabbed the 400th Test wicket.
Hadlee, who took 431 wickets in 86 Tests for his country, told the Daily Telegraph: "I think England are there for the picking.
Our bowling attack has been quite impressive and has taken India unawares and by surprise in some ways," Hadlee told M AIL T ODAY on the sidelines of the second and final Test match.
Bangalore -- Former New Zealand all-rounder Sir Richard Hadlee has voted Pakistan's Imran Khan as the best all-rounder of his era, calling him a complete package in the celebrated '80s quartet, which included himself, Kapil Dev and Ian Botham.
1990: Playing for New Zealand against Australia at Wellington, Richard Hadlee took five wickets in an innings for the 100th time.
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1990: New Zealand cricketer Richard Hadlee became the first man to take 400 Test wickets.
"The UAE has been chosen to host the first-ever ICC cricket coach education course, which will arm participants with an internationally recognised qualification," said Dayle Hadlee, head coach at ICC GCA, and one of the course instructors.