Lara, Enid Bakewell inducted into Hall of Fame
The West Indies contingent turned out in force to see Brian Lara inducted into the ICC Hall of Fame, but it was England’s Enid Bakewell, the women’s inductee, who stole the show in Colombo, with charming anecdotes from her career and a dedication to the sport that still endures 33 years after retirement. Lara became the17th West Indies player to be inducted into the Hall of Fame, while Bakewell is the third women’s inductee, after team-mate and captain Rachel Heyhoe-Flint and Australian Belinda Clark.
Bakewell was an allrounder from 1968 to 1982, who in twelve Tests scored 1078 runs at…
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