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List of fatalities while playing cricket - Wikipedia

Struck on the head by a bat. 28 August 1624. Horsted Keynes, Sussex, England, United Kingdom. Frederick, Prince of Wales, heir to King George II of Great Britain. Keen on cricket, he either died of pneumonia, or from a burst abscess caused by being hit with a cricket ball. 20 March 1751.

Phillip Hughes: Australian batsman dies, aged 25 - BBC Sport

Australia cricketer Phillip Hughes dies in hospital, two days after being hit on the neck by a ball during a match in Sydney.

Moment cricket player KOed after batsman strikes his head ...

Katie Davis. Tahir Ibn Manzoor. Invalid Date, SHOCKING footage shows the moment a cricket player cheated death after being struck in the head with a ball speeding at 125mph mid match.

'I'm not dead!' Bowler feared to have been killed after being ...

In November 2014, Australian batsman Phillip Hughes was killed when he was struck on the neck by a ball. Here he celebrates scoring a century for his country in a 2009 Test match in South Africa


Glamorgan player Roger Davis was almost killed by a ball in 1971 when he was hit on the head while fielding. The Indian batsman Nariman Contractor had to retire from the game after being hit by a...

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Lamba died after slipping into a coma, as a result of an internal haemorrhage, three days after being hit on the temporal bone by a cricket ball while fielding in Bangladesh's league cricket. Though he was in the playing field, and not outside.

BBC News | Cricket | Cricketer killed by ball

Cricketer killed by ball. Raman Lamba died after three days in a coma. A former Indian test cricketer has died of severe brain injuries after being hit in the head by the ball. Raman Lamba, 38,...

Phillip Hughes - Wikipedia

During a session of the Sheffield Shield match between South Australia and New South Wales at the Sydney Cricket Ground on 25 November 2014, Hughes, batting on 63 runs, was struck in the neck by the ball after missing an attempted hook shot to a bouncer from New South Wales bowler Sean Abbott.