1997: Ian Healy Cheating (Johannesburg)

Ian Healy appeals for hit wicket. In this clip he is seen deliberately breaking the wicket of Jonty Rhodes a few moments beforehand.

This blatant act of cheating is not tolerated in one's backyard game of cricket.

Aussie fans were ashamed that their No. 1 keeper would stoop so low.

April 1997


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1996/97 SAF v AUS  

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1996/97 SAF v AUS  

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Bryson, Rudi E   Healy, Ian A   Rhodes, Jonathan N   Warne, Shane K  

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Andrew
2009-02-01 00:00:00
Hahah, now look at this incident!

https://cricketcrowd.com/displayvideo.html?ccvideo=1700
Sriparam
2008-09-07 00:00:00
What? A deliberate attempt at disloging the bails. Healy should have been banned for that stunt.
JohnDonnell
2008-09-06 00:00:00
Wow, did not realise that an Aussie would stoop so low to appeal after breaking the bails himself.
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