Simon O'Donnell battles cancer, and wins

Australian Simon O'Donnell was a medium pace bowler and a big hitting lower order batsman.

He played 87 times between 1985 and 1992, scoring 1242 runs and taking 108 wickets in his career.

He played in Australia's 1987 World Cup win but then soon after was diagnosed with cancer. He courageously battled cancer and came back from the brink to return to the Australian OneDay team in the 1988/89 season.

O'Donnell was the popular host of Channel 9's Cricket Show.

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