Former England and Yorkshire captain Ray Illingworth has died, aged 89.
The all-rounder, who led England to an away Test series victory over Australia in 1970-71, had been undergoing radiotherapy for espohageal cancer.
Illingworth played 61 Tests for England between 1958-1973, scoring 1,836 Test runs at an average of 23.24 and claimed 122 wickets at 31.20.
He captained England 31 times, winning 12 of those matches.
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