Australian cricket great Andrew Symonds was a country boy at heart whose passion for hunting and fishing remained with him until his sudden death at the age of 46.
Symonds died after his car left the road and rolled at Hervey Range, west of Townsville in Queensland, at 10.30pm on Saturday.
News of his death rocked the cricket world and sparked an outpouring of grief from both teammates and rivals who remembered his stellar rise from humble beginnings.
His love for cricket was matched by his boyhood passions for pig hunting, fishing and camping trips, and he was dumped from the Australian side in 2008 after he missed a team meeting to go fishing.
Andrew Symonds on his final Father’s Day last year with his children Billy and Chloe. He died in a car crash late on Saturday…
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