Former Zimbabwean cricketer and cricket coach Heath Streak has died. Streak’s death was announced by his wife, Nadine Streak, in a post on Facebook.
Zimbabwe's legendary cricketer Heath Streak made a trip to "the other side" and back on Wednesday, thanks to the powerful tool that is social media.
The ailing former pace bowler demanded an apology from the source for spreading the fake news
Just hours after confirming the news of Zimbabwe pacer Heath Streak’s death, Streak’s former national teammate Henry Olonga claimed the news to be false and “exaggerated”.
Heath Streak, who stepped down as Bangladesh fast bowling coach in 2016, is suffering from cancer
Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) is expected to find a replacement for Heath Streak within the next three weeks.
Bangladesh Cricket Board’s (BCB) chief selector Faruque Ahmed has said that he may resign if the new national selection policy, which may lead to at least seven members—as opposed to three—in the selection committee, is passed by the BCB in its board meeting next week.
Bangladesh bowling coach Heath Streak has revealed that he wants to part ways with the Bangladesh Cricket Board.