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The Former West Indies all-rounder first met a teenage Cook at the Sir Garry Sobers International Schools Cricket Tournament.
Widely regarded as one of cricket's greatest all-rounders, Sobers admitted he has always tried to downplay that tag.
1,200 spectators to West View Rise The Section A match was 45 overs per side in those days and Paddock were all out for 150 with Sobers scoring 62 and Gilchrist bowling unchanged at the club end to take seven for 59.
3 ( ANI ): Proteas all-rounder Jacques Kallis probably lives under the shadow of West Indies legend Garry Sobers, according to some famous figures from the cricketing world.
ON AUGUST 31, 1968, swashbuckling West Indies cricket hero Garfield "Garry" Sobers made sporting history by scoring six sixes in one over at Swansea's seafront St Helen's Ground.
Sethi, who collects memorabilia, emerged as the highest bidder in an auction for an all-legends photograph of Sobers, Viv Richards, Brian Lara and Sunil Gavaskar, signed in golden ink.
TAKING all-rounders as the measure of greatness, two knights of the realm - Sir Ian Botham and Sir Garfield Sobers - fly the flag for cricket.
THE BHA finally drew a line under the Sobers saga yesterday when the disciplinary panel upheld Richard Guest's appeal against his pounds 3,000 fine after the horse finished fourth at Ayr in March 2006, writes Graham Green.
West Indian cricket legend Sir Gary Sobers was showing his considerable talents as a golfer at the Coventry Gold Club in Finham Park through a West Midlands firm's links with the Caribbean island of Barbados.
CRICKET legend Sir Garry Sobers is still haunted by a Midland tragedy - nearly 50 years on.
There is a danger that users have become complacent because the virus scene has been relatively quiet recently--this may have contributed to Sobers success.
In most cases, board members, who may themselves deny the problem exists, are not aware of all the risks involved in quietly hoping that the CEO sobers up and turns himself around.