Nevis Cricketer Runako Morton Passes Away

Last night, former West Indies middle order batsman Runako Morton is died in a car accident.

The 33-year-old cricketer, originally from Nevis, died in a vehicular accident last night while on his way home from a cricket game around 11 p.m. He was the sole occupant in the car which crashed into a utility pole on the Solomon Hochoy Highway in Chase Village, central Trinidad.

Morton played 15 Test matches, 56 One-day internationals and seven Twenty20s for the West Indies since making his international debut in 2002. He last played in February 2010 in a Twenty20 against Australia in Sydney.

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4 thoughts on “Nevis Cricketer Runako Morton Passes Away

  1. Very Sad news. Here is his statistics:

    Tests: 15 matches, 573 runs, highest score of 70 not out, average 22.03

    One-day internationals: 56 matches, 1,519 runs, highest score of 110, average 33.75

    Twenty20 internationals: 7 matches, 96 runs, highest score of 40, average 16

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