Richard Hadlee had undergone surgery for bowel cancer last month.
Richard Hadlee was the first bowler to take 400 wickets in Test cricket.
Kapil Dev, who led India to their maiden World Cup victory in 1983, feels one should not jump into conclusions after watching an all-rounder for just two or three series
Richard Hadlee felt that the pink ball, used in the day-night Test between Australia and New Zealand last year, had fared better than the red cherry
Richard Hadlee heaped praises on Virat Kohli, saying India's Test skipper stamps his impression on the game and looks to dominate the bowlers, showing no fear
The Trans-Tasman rivals will play a three-match Test series in Australia. The first Test begins in Brisbane on Thursday.
New Zealand legend Richard Hadlee said it was sad that Clive Rice, who died of cancer on Tuesday aged 66, never had the chance to play Test cricket because South Africa's apartheid ban coincided with his prime playing years.
The decision make Jason Holder the skipper was taken last December ahead of the One-Day International series in South Africa. Clive Lloyd, chairman of selectors, tipped Holder "as a young man with a good cricket brain".
Sir Richard Hadlee said that Mohammed Shami was a good example of how the Indian attack has become an effective unit in the World
Richard Hadlee was optimistic about skipper Brendon McCullum continuing his recent rich vein of form but also warned the team against overburdening him with expectations, saying that others should also rise to the task.
Richard Hadlee feels that cricket should be played with intensity but that does not mean foul language needs to be used.
Former New Zealand cricketer Richard Hadlee says the menace of spot-fixing needs to be stamped out of cricket. He also says guilty cricketers should be severely punished.
During Saturday's tea break in the England-Australia Ashes Test at the Melbourne Cricket Ground, Brett Lee left Piers Morgan battered and bruised as he pounded the Englishman with an over of short-pitched deliveries.
Legendary all-rounder Richard Hadlee recently said New Zealand needed more Tests but the perception in other countries was that the team was not box-office material.
Hadlee, nevertheless, regarded himself as the better bowler of the quartet, but admitted his weaknesses as a batsman.
Hadlee said players who involved in making illegal money let supporters and fans down and "that's why the penalty must be very severe."
As a run-up to the gala evening, Srinath said KSCA has planned events for its members, including a weekend Flea Market that promises to indulge people in retail therapy with cricket memorabilia, clothing and other eclectic products.
Former New Zealand cricket great Richard Hadlee believes that India should persist with the veteran trio of Sachin Tendulkar, Rahul Dravid and VVS Laxman for some more time.