Home' Trinidad and Tobago Guardian : March 25th 2016 Contents father Sonny Nanan, for 26 years, and
served as an executive member until
Rangy s influence on the young crick-
eters of Preysal and indeed T&T will rip-
ple for generations as he was generous
with his knowledge and insight, teaching
our young members that training and
discipline was far safer than instinct.
Our club is proud of his many records,
the first regional player to 200 wickets,
the first to 250 wickets and 32 wickets
in a five match season which was not
broken until the season was extended to
10 matches. He received a National award
the Humming Bird Medal and was
inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2015.
The club s management, players and
wider Preysal community extend con-
dolences to his wife Martha, sons Gary
and Kevin, and other relatives who sur-
Our club s players will wear black arm
bands during the upcoming National T20
competition in tribute to this club legend.
We will all miss him.
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The funeral service for former West Indies and
T&T off spinner Rangy Nanan will be held tomor-
row at the Inshan Ali Park, Preysal.
The service starts at 1 pm and Nanan will later
be laid to rest at the Preysal Public cemetery fol-
lowing tributes from members of the WICB, T&TCB
and his club Preysal.
Yesterday, tributes continued to pour in for Nanan
who passed away at the age of 62 on Wednesday.
The executive and members of the West Indies
Players Association wish to extend their deepest
condolences to the family and friends of Rangy
Nanan who passed away yesterday at the age of
62.Nanan although having only played in one Test
match for the West Indies where he took four wick-
ets had a successful First-class career representing
T&T. He played 94 matches taking 366 wickets at
an average of 23.10
with 20 five-fors.
At the time of his
cricket he held the
honour of being the
in the Shell Shield
Nanan also served
as one of the nation-
al team selectors for
On learning of
Nanan s passing,
WIPA s President
and CEO, Wavell
"Our thoughts and
prayers at this time are with his family, his friends,
Trinidad and Tobago and the West Indian cricket
The Board of Director, Management and Staff
of the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) regret
the passing of Trinidadian and West Indian off-
spinner, Rangy Nanan.
Nanan was a quality off-spinner who served
T&T for almost two decades with distinction, lead-
ing them in the Shell Shield in the 1980s. He played
in 94 first class matches where he racked up 366
wickets and scored 2,607 runs.
He played one Test for the West Indies in the
1980-81 year versus Pakistan where he took four
wickets and scored 16 runs. His bowling figures
for the match were 36-7-91-4. West Indies won
that match by 156 runs.
After making his first class debut in 1973, he
served the TT team as captain from 1984 -- 1991.
Following his retirement, he served as a police offi-
cer, a liaison officer for the West Indies team and
was a volunteer for the Cricket World Cup 2007
in the Caribbean. The WICB offers condolences
to his family and close friends.
The Preysal Cricket club and wider Preysal
Community has been plunged into mourning with
yesterday s loss of club legend Rangy Nanan.
Rangy enjoyed a stellar cricket career and to the
end was a stalwart and proud Preysalian. He played
for the club , which was co founded by his late
Rangy's service tomorrow at Inshan Ali Park
on the young
Preysal and indeed
T&T will ripple for
generations as he
was generous with
his knowledge and
discipline was far
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