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Australian cricketer, Belinda Clark, inducted into the ICC Hall of Fame.

Date: 3 October 2011

Congratulations go to Belinda Clark who, on September 12, was one of three Australians (the others were Alan Davidson and Fred Spofforth) announced as the 2011 inductees into the ICC Cricket Hall of Fame.

Clark became only the second woman, and the first Australian woman, after England’s Rachael Heyhoe-Flint, to be inducted. In 14 years as an international player, Clark played 15 Tests scoring 919 runs at an average of 45.95, along with 118 ODIs amassing 4844 runs at 47.49 and was captain between 1993 and 2005.

Read more in ‘Aussies Inducted to ICC Hall of Fame.’

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