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Former fast bowler from the West Indies and Glamorgan, Ezra Moseley, died in a car accident in his native Barbados.
63-year-old Ezra Moseley was riding a bicycle when he collided with a car.
— BBC Sport Wales (@BBCSportWales) February 6, 2021
He played for the county of Wales in the early 1980s and won 114 first class wickets in 35 games with an average of under 24 despite back problems.
Moseley also won 33 wickets in 30 one-day matches.
He went on to play two trials and nine one-day national teams for the West Indies after serving a suspension from participating in the 1982-83 rebel tour in South Africa, where he later played for the eastern province and northern Transvaal.
Mosely won six races and showed his pace when he snatched the hand of English holder Graham Gooch when he won the West Indies series in 1990.
He was the national coach of the Barbados men’s team, the Barbados women’s team, and was also the assistant coach of the West Indies women’s team.