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Monday, June 18, 2012
Current and former cricketers have spoken via the social networking site twitter to express their sadness over the death of 23-year-old batsman Tom Maynard.
The former Glamorgan batsman died in an accident in the early hours this morning after being hit by an underground train at Wimbledon Park.
Maynard joined Surrey in 2011 and will be missed by plenty within the game.
"Life can b so cruel! Tom Maynard- a really nice guy who was a pleasure to play with & will b really missed. RIP Tom." -Team-mate Mark Ramprakash.
Cant believe im writing this. R.I.P Tom Maynard,one of my best friends.You will always be in my heart and will miss you so so much.- Fellow Surrey batsman Jason Roy.
"My thoughts & prays r with Tom's family & friends at this time just cant believe this...So sorry just dont know what 2 say...#RIPTom."- Former Surrey bowler Alex Tudor
"Life is just too cruel at times, so sorry for the Maynard family, Tom really was a great kid with the world at his feet. RIPTom."- Surrey coach Martin Bicknell.
"We've sadly lost a lovely lad who had the talent to be something very special. My thoughts go out to the Maynard Family. RIP Tom."- Surrey and England legend Alec Stewart.
"Tragic news that a great lad, Tom Maynard is no longer with us. All my thoughts are with his family at this awful time x x"- Former England all rounder Andrew Flintoff.
"Thoughts are with Matt Maynard and his family.. Words cant describe the terribly sad news that Tom Maynard has died aged 23... RIPTOM."- Former England captain Michael Vaughan.
"Can't get my head around whats happened to Tommy. Champion of a bloke, thoroughly enjoyed every minue of his company. RIP."- Tymal Mills, who was part of the Performance Programme squad with Maynard.