Former Australian all-rounder Gary Gilmour has passed away at the age of 62. He died at Sydney's Royal Prince Alfred Hospital after battling health problems for several years. Gilmour, who played 15 Tests for Australia, had a liver transplant in 2005.
Gilmour was a left-arm swing bowler. His took 6 for 14 in the World Cup semi-final against England at Headingley in June 1975. In 2002, Wisden listed it as the greatest bowling performance in ODI history. Gilmour played Tests for Australia between 1973 and 1977.
It's been a tragic time for the Gilmour family. According to the Aussie media, Gilmour's wife, Helen, and their family are also mourning the recent death of their son, Clint, after a long battle with brain cancer. He was 33.