New Zealand cricketer Alan Burgess died at 100
The oldest first-class cricketer of the world Alan Burgess has taken his last breath at the age of 100. he was from New Zealand country.
- Alan was a right-hand batsman and left-arm spinner. during his cricket career, he had played 14 first-class matches from 1940 to 1952. most of the matches, he played for Canterbury.
- Apart from this, Alan Burgess had worked as a tank driver in World War II.