Ex-cricketer of Australia Max Walker died on Wednesday after fighting with cancer.
In his cricket career he played 34 Tests with an average of 27.47, which includes six five-wicket hauls.
Walker was a useful batsman who scored 586 runs at 19.53 including an unbeaten 78 in his final test against England at the Oval. He was also known as ‘Tangles’ due to his bowling action.
After quitting from cricket, he becomes a commentator, and also becomes a book-writer. He also includes How To Hypnotise Chooks And Other Great Yarns.
He was also a Member of the Order of Australia in 2011.