Norma Johnston Death, Obituary – The Australian Cricket community is in a state of grief following the demise of Norma Johnston (née Whiteman), who had reached the age of 95. Norma Johnston had reached the age of 95. When Norma passed away, she had lived to the ripe old age of 95 years. We would like to take this opportunity to thank the Bradman Museum and the International Cricket Hall of Fame for giving us the photograph that shows Norma (on the right) posing with the illustrious Betty Wilson. The photograph was provided to us by the Bradman Museum and the International Cricket Hall of Fame (L) It was a wonderful gift to have you there with us at that time.
Continue acting in a manner that does not disrupt the existing state of peace. Norma Johnston nee Whiteman is of the opinion that a memorial honoring Norma should be created at her home field, which is where the majority of her games were played. Norma Johnston nee Whiteman is of the opinion that a memorial honoring Norma should be constructed at her home field. Norma Johnston nee Whiteman is of the opinion that a monument honoring Norma ought to be created at her home field. This is the opinion that Norma Johnston nee Whiteman has expressed.
Norma was a pioneer in the realm of women’s cricket and held the distinction for being Australia’s oldest living Test cricketer until her death in the year 2001. Prior to her departure, she held the record for being the oldest living Test player in the world. She was a subject in a total of seven different tests that took place between the years 1948 and 1951.
We are keeping her family and friends in our thoughts and prayers as they go through this challenging time.