South Africa’s Shaun Pollock, Sri Lankan batsman Mahela Jayawardena and former England women's batter Janette Brittin have been inducted into cricket’s Hall of Fame, the body announced Saturday, reports AFP. They were accorded the honour ahead of the Twenty20 World Cup final
between New Zealand and Australia on Sunday in Dubai. The International Cricket Council has
average of 49.84. Pollock has been one of the finest allrounders to have graced the game and was the first player to achieve the 3,000 run and 300 wicket doubles in both Test and one-day formats. Brittin was a mainstay of the England Test team for 19 years, helping to pave the way for women's cricket between 1979 and 1998 when she played her last Test against Australia.