Glenn McGrath the former Australian Pace Legend well known for his inswingers was in deep Sorrow this day because of his well being better half Jane died during a surgery in a Hospital.
Former Cricketers acknowledged their deep regrets for this shocking incident.
McGrath left from many tournaments due to his wife’s health problems and named to be the best citizen because he gave much more importance to his personal life rather than Professional life.
Australian Test cricketer Glenn McGrath and English-born flight steward Jane Steele meet in Hong Kong night club Joe Bananas.
Aug – Jane diagnosed with breast cancer during Ashes tour of England, undergoes mastectomy.
July 17 – Jane and Glenn McGrath marry at Sydney’s Garrison Church at The Rocks.
Jan – son James born.
Jan 26 – becomes an Australian citizen at Australia Day ceremony.
They jointly established the McGrath Foundation, and Glenn has used his profile to raise money for breast cancer awareness and to fund more breast cancer nurses throughout Australia.
Daughter Holly born.
April – diagnosed with bone cancer in her hip, Glenn returns from London on transit to a tour of the West Indies but returns to play in the third Test.
May – Jane tells Andrew Denton’s Enough Rope on ABC TV that another cancer spot was discovered in November 2003 and they were "dealing with it".
Feb – diagnosed with cancerous brain tumour, Glenn bows out of international cricket for eight months.
Jan – Glenn retires from Test cricket as the leading fast bowler of all time with 563 test scalps from 124 Tests.
April – Glenn retires from international cricket as Australian wins the one-day World Cup and he is named player of the tournament.
Jan 26 – Glenn and Jane appointed Members of the Order of Australia (AM) in Australia Day honours for services to community health and establishing the McGrath Foundation.
March 9 – Jane leaves hospital after further surgery.
June 22 – Dies from complications after surgery.