Tony Greig Autograph Page Mounted

£45.00

Anthony William Greig (6 October 1946 – 29 December 2012) was an English Test cricket captain turned commentator. Born in South Africa, Greig qualified to play for the England cricket team by virtue of his Scottish parentage.  A leading player in English county cricket, Greig is thought by some former players and pundits to have been one of England’s leading international all-rounders.  He helped Kerry Packer start World Series Cricket by signing up many of his English colleagues as well as West Indian and Pakistani cricketers, a move which cost him the England captaincy.

Greig became a commentator following the end of his playing career, later emigrating to Australia. A long-term sufferer from epilepsy, he was diagnosed with lung cancer in October 2012. Greig died in Sydney, on 29 December 2012, from an apparent heart attack.

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Tony Greig autograph page mounted hand signed and double mounted on cream and black acid free mount board.  Size 12½ x 7½ inches.  Autograph in good condition signed by Tony Greig in blue ink with reproduction photograph above.

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