Former New Zealand Test captain dies, last match played against India, scored 32 runs

Barry Sinclair played 21 test matches for New Zealand.

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Barry Sinclair was an important part of the New Zealand cricket team in the 1960s and during this time he played many important innings for the Kiwi team, including centuries against Pakistan and England.

The New Zealand Cricket Team is currently in Ireland and is busy in the ODI series. The team won the match in an exciting way, making a great comeback in the first match. The Kiwi team and its fans were celebrating its happiness that they had suffered a shock. New Zealand Former captain and veteran Test batsman Barry Sinclair passed away on Monday. He was 85 years old. New Zealand Cricket informed about the death of Barry Sinclair on Monday. He was an important part of the Kiwi Test team in the 1960s and some important innings came from his bat.

The Kiwi Board mourned Sinclair’s death in a tweet. New Zealand in your tweet Cricket wrote, “NZC is saddened by the passing of former New Zealand batsman and captain Barry Sinclair. He was 85 years old. A formidable batsman from Wellington, Barry played 21 Test matches (3 as captain), including 3 centuries against South Africa, Pakistan and England.