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Australian spinner Yardley has ruled out cancer

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Former Australia spinner, coach and commentator Bruce Yardley, who had long fought with cancer, finally ruled out. At 71, he died in North Western Australia's Kunura District Hospital.

In 1978, Yardley made his Test debut against India in Adelaide. He took 126 wickets in 33 Tests. The spinner also took seven wickets in seven one-day internationals.

Although the national team did not play too much on the jersey, Yardley was very successful and experienced in first-class cricket. He took 344 wickets in 105 matches at an average of 28.19.

Eldell, who played the coaching team of Perth club Midland Guildford after the end of his career, He then served as the coach of the Sri Lanka national team winning the World Cup from 1996 to 1998.
                

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