"David John Richardson" is a South African former cricketer and current CEO of the International Cricket Council. He played 42 Test cricket/Tests and 122 One Day Internationals as a wicket-keeper for South Africa cricket team/South Africa, and represented Eastern Province cricket team/Eastern Province and Northern Transvaal cricket team/Northern Transvaal in various domestic competitions.

Richardson succeeded Ray Jennings as South Africa's number one 'keeper in 1986 for their South African rebel tours/Unofficial "Test" matches. For the first seven years after South Africa returned from isolation Richardson was a permanent fixture as wicket-keeper, his trademark sun hat and brown gloves was very recognisable. He was also a gritty batsman scoring a maiden and only Test century (109) against New Zealand national cricket team/New Zealand at Cape Town in 1994-95.

He is a qualified lawyer and remained in cricket after retirement as a business agent for several players. In January 2002 he was appointed as the International Cricket Council/ICC's first General Manager. His son, Michael Richardson (cricketer)/Michael, plays county cricket in England for Durham County Cricket Club/Durham.

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Johan must remedy our concerns.

We've been studying them since about November of last year, ... They've been doing the same, I'm sure. ... It was a great game.

The findings of the report mean that Shabbir can resume bowling.

It's been plying its trade ever since.

They threw it toward our best athlete. He made a play. That's just awesome.

We seem to be observing an emerging mind-set where many Canadians do not see the need to retire their debt before they themselves retire from work.

That's the way this game should have gone and I hope every year this game goes that way. They're gonna answer and we're gonna answer. That's how we build character in men and that's what football is all about.

While entering retirement debt-free continues to be the most prudent approach, these findings suggest that some Canadians, especially baby boomers, generally have different lifestyle expectations for retirement and are making different choices than previous generations.

Too many mistakes. We've been making those all season. We've been able to overcome them against weaker opponents. Not tonight.