Shiv Receives Hall Of Fame Cap In Gala Ceremony At SCG
“This is an amazing honour to follow the footsteps of many legends and so many other great cricketers of the past,” said Chanderpaul. “I’m grateful for the recognition and would like to enjoy the moment with family, friends and most importantly the West Indies cricket fans and fans around the world who passionately supported me throughout my career.”
(Cricket West Indies Press Release) West Indies legend Shiv Chanderpaul received his commemorative cap at a ceremony as the newest member of the International Cricket Council Hall of Fame on Wednesday night.
The 48-year-old was on Monday named by the ICC as inductee 107 and was joined by iconic Pakistan leg-spinner Abdul Qadir and England’s multi-time World Cup winning captain Charlotte Edwards. On Wednesday they were “capped” ahead of the first semifinal of the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup between Pakistan and New Zealand.
Ricky Skerritt, CWI President and ICC Director, was among several delegates and special guests at the ceremony.
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