SA squash coach died due to WSF-World Junior Squash Championships
According to a SRFI release, Prior was on his way to board the bus bound for team hotel after South Africa's play-off match against Singapore here, when he collapsed on the road.
He was 67.
Help came immediately as the ambulance outside the tournament venue rushed him to a local hospital, but he was pronounced dead on arrival.
Growing up in Rhodesia, he played two World Cups for Zimbabwe in 1981 and 1983. Before coming to Johannesburg, he also performed coaching duties at the Salisbury sports club in Zimbabwe.
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