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Hadlee

(ˈhædlɪ)
n
(Biography) Sir Richard (John). born 1951, New Zealand cricketer: an all-rounder, he played in 86 test matches in which he took 431 wickets and scored 3124 runs
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Still, the country had produced a wonderful all-rounder cricketer Richard Hadlee who used play rival cricket teams with his fast bowling.
Summary: Wellington [New Zealand], Mar 21 (ANI): New Zealand Men's cricket captain Kane Williamson on Thursday won his third Sir Richard Hadlee medal in four years and Kiwi women's all-rounder Amelia Kerr matched his three trips to the stage at the annual New Zealand cricket awards.
FORMER New Zealand all-rounder Sir Richard Hadlee will undergo further surgery after secondary cancer was detected in his liver.
Richard Hadlee is regarded as one of the greatest fast bowlers of all time, and was the first to take 400 Test wickets
There have been very few players who wore glasses while batting and the list includes India's Virender Sehwag, Clive Llyod, Eddie Barlow, MJK Smith, Walter Hadlee (Richard Hadlee's father) and Geoff Boycott.
Mumbai: Sir Richard Hadlee, first Test cricketer to achieve 400 Test wickets, has advised the veteran Sri Lankan bowler Rangana Herath to continue playing as along as he enjoys the game.
NEW ZEALAND captain Brendon McCullum receives the Chappell-Hadlee Trophy from Kiwi legend Sir Richard Hadlee after their series victory over Australia.
1990: The New Zealand cricketer Richard Hadlee (later to be knighted) became the first man to take 400 Test wickets.
The Gabba has proved a graveyard for most visiting teams and New Zealand's sole win at the ground was 30 years ago when a marauding Richard Hadlee destroyed Allan Border's team with 15 wickets, including an astonishing 9-52 in the first innings.
SIR Richard Hadlee, one of New Zealand's greatest ever players, has backed the Black Caps to add to England's woes ahead of the upcoming two-match Test series.
TV presenter Natalie Pinkham, a friend of Prince Harry, on her family's childcare arrangements "I've got one Rear of the Year ro cover each cheek now." TV's Carole Vorderman on winning the coveted award twice "Grab a rose, grab a chick, head for the Oval" Veteran New Zealand cricketer Sir Richard Hadlee, commenting on the Hagley Oval in Christchurch, scene of the opening match of the Cricket World Cup next year.
THE legendary Sir Richard Hadlee, who took 589 international wickets for New Zealand, believes the Black Caps have been far a more attacking and positive team in comparison to India over the last one month.