Cricket: ICC include three greats of the game into the Hall Of Fame

first_img⚡️ “Dravid, Ponting, Taylor inducted to ICC Hall of Fame”https://t.co/DpatVW7rlH— ICC (@ICC) July 1, 2018 Advertisement Former cricketers Ricky Ponting, Rahul Dravid and Claire Taylor were this year’s candidates to step into ICC’s prestigious Hall Of Fame. Dravid became the fifth Indian to be included in the mix after Bishan Singh Bedi, Anil Kumble, Kapil Dev and Sunil Gavaskar.The former No.3 batsman for India addressed the world in a video message where he thanked everyone who had a role in his career. Dravid is currently in England due to his coaching commitments with the India A team.Although coaching commitments mean Rahul couldn’t be here tonight, he has sent this brief message from India as he takes his place among cricket’s all-time greats #ICCHallofFame pic.twitter.com/uRSHHurKIc— ICC (@ICC) July 1, 2018 The Wall is in The Hall!Here’s his #ICCHallOfFame cap 👀 pic.twitter.com/gbn5aA1G4J— ICC (@ICC) July 1, 2018Ponting also had a few words on his induction. The former Australian captain said:“I feel deeply honoured to be recognised by the ICC in this way. I loved every moment of my journey as a player and am so very proud of the team and personal achievements along the way.“These would not have been possible without the help of so many people including my teammates, coaches and support staff that played such an integral part in my playing career. I would like to especially thank my family for their constant support and direction. Honours like this are just as much for them as it is for me,”BREAKING: Ricky Ponting inducted into the ICC Hall of Fame. The most successful cricketer of all time, ‘Punter’ won three consecutive ICC Cricket World Cups in 1999, 2003, and 2007 and more international matches than any other player in history.#ICCHallOfFame pic.twitter.com/PF9bC0S5Vh— ICC (@ICC) July 1, 2018Former England wicket-keeper Claire Taylor was a pioneer in women’s cricket. The 42-year old managed to aggregate 4000 runs in ODI cricket and effected 78 dismissals over her career. Here’s what Taylor had to say about her inclusion into the Hall Of Fame:“It’s a great honour to be inducted into the ICC Hall of Fame alongside some of the greatest names of the men’s and women’s game from across the world and throughout the generations, players who I looked up to during my playing career and hold in great esteem.”Claire Taylor becomes the latest inductee into the #ICCHallofFame.WATCH 👀 https://t.co/gZPw1SzvCS pic.twitter.com/55Z8MPtPq5— ICC (@ICC) July 1, 2018Read Also:Cricket: Vidharbha pacer Shrikant Wagh achieves rare feat in EnglandCricket: Replacements named for the injured duo in India’s T20 squad against England Advertisementlast_img read more

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first_img RelatedPet travel: flying with pets, airline policies and feesThinking of flying with pets? If you’re planning a trip with your best friend then you need to know how much it’ll cost and that your animal will be transported safely and in comfort. Here’s everything you need to know about travelling with your beloved pet, from taking your dog…International Rovers – travelling with your petsThe information below is designed to help answer some common questions about travelling with dogs, cats or ferrets.Pigs might fly: new rule to allow pets on planesAnimals set to be allowed on planes, say authorities. Who let the dogs out? Probably the cabin crew. No, this is not a late April fools’ joke; start-up airline PetAirways plans to revolutionise the way cats, dogs other pets fly with the launch of its pet-only service. All “pawsengers” (as the airline terms its furry flyers) will fly in the main cabin “first class style” and will be tended by onboard Pet Attendants, who check on pets every 15 minutes. PetAirways plan to commence their service in spring-summer 2009 on a handful of US routes including LA to Denver and New York to Washington DC. Tickets start at $149 one way. Pet owners will not be able to fly with their animals, even in cargo.PetAirways have not released details of their in flight entertainment, but Skyscanner expects the movie selection to include animal favourites such as: Born to be Wild, Garfield: A Tail of Two Kitties, and Ace Ventura: Pet Detective.If you fancy yourself handing out sick bags to Spaniels or catnip to kittens (over 18s only) you’re in luck: PetAirways are currently hiring In-Flight Pet Attendants. Required qualifications include:“Absolutely loving pets, having no allergies to pets, substantial pet handling experience and the ability to work well with all types of pets”.Skyscanner co-founder Gareth Williams commented on the launch:“There’s definitely a market for a pet airline; after all, the US spends $41 billion a year on pets, more than the GDP of over half the countries in the world! We are now considering the possibility of adding PetAirways flights to Skyscanner’s flight search.”For information and advice about travelling with pets, read Skyscanners article: Flying with Pets. ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Maplast_img read more