Dave Orange Death Reason: What happened to Australia's A-grade cricketer?
Dave Orange in his cricketing career played A-grade cricket for South Brisbane District Cricket Club.-
The domestic Australian cricket fraternity went into shock after Grade-A Cricketer Dave Orange suddenly passed away at the mere age of 38. Dave Orange in his cricketing career played A-grade cricket for South Brisbane District Cricket Club. Dave Orange's death was confirmed last Wednesday. Notably, A GoFundMe page set up by friends in his memory said: "We believe Dave was the best of us. As a result, Aussies are wondering what is Dave Orange's death reason or what actually happened to Dave Orange? Below is what weknow so far-
What happened to Dave Orange?
As per multiple reports, Dave Orange's death reason has been kept under wraps. However, a prominent portal outlined that Dave's death is still a mystery as his family awaits a coroner's report. The GoFundMe Page described Dave as saying "He was an aspiring entrepreneur, an avid sportsman, one of the great loyal friends, and an amazing family man. He will be sorely missed by many, many people." Apart from being a cricketer, Dave was also an entrepreneur and affectionately known as "Mango". He grew up in n Toowoomba. Notably, Dave left behind his wife Kerry, 33, and their seven-month-old daughter Eylea.
It is pertinent to mention here that a cricketer's death in Australia is always terrifying and brings back the heartbreaking memories of Phil Hughes. To brush your memory, during a session of the Sheffield Shield match between South Australia and New South Wales at the Sydney Cricket Ground on 25 November 2014, Hughes, batting on 63 runs, was struck in the neck by the ball after missing an attempted hook shot to a bouncer from New South Wales bowler Sean Abbott.
Hughes was wearing a helmet, but the ball struck an unprotected area just below his left ear. He collapsed before receiving mouth-to-mouth resuscitation and was subsequently taken to St Vincent's Hospital, Sydney, where he underwent surgery and was placed into an induced coma. Ultimately, on the morning of Thursday, 27 November 2014, Hughes died from the injuries that he had sustained two days earlier, three days before his 26th birthday. Although there is no connection between Hughes and David Orange's death, their demise has left the Australian heartbroken.