Ben Hollioake's kit stolen

Ben Hollioake
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Thieves steal cricket kit belonging to the late England international Ben Hollioake from the home of his parents.

Cricket kit that belonged to the late England and Surrey batsman Ben Hollioake has been stolen from the home of his parents in Perth.

Hollioake, who died in a car crash at the age of 24 in 2002, won two Test caps and featured in 20 one-day internationals for England.

His brother Adam, also a former Surrey player, has tweeted the items that have been taken.

"His ODI shirts many, Test and ODI Helmets 4, bats at least 5, boots, shirts and suits, shoes, some of his ODI sweaters, some U19 kit, other general like socks etc, gloves both cricket and golf, Surrey kit one day and county, England and Surrey training kit and shorts, Surrey blazer and sweaters and Test sweater," read his message.

A number of England cricketers past and present have taken to Twitter to appeal for the return of the stolen kit.

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