London: Adam Hollioake, former England Test cricketer and Surrey captain, has been declared bankrupt in Australia.
The Guardian reported that the Australian-born player's property development company, the Hollioake Group, had collapsed last year. The company owes Australian $20 million, or 13.2 million pounds, to more than 40 creditors, including former England captain Alec Stewart.
The 39-year-old Hollioake and his sister Eboni were joint directors of the Perth-based company. They resigned in 2009 after which their father John carried on as director until the company was liquidated in September 2010.