James Deering: Heartbroken sister pens tribute for older brother allegedly murdered by Wooroloo gunman

The sister of the man allegedly murdered outside a home in the outskirts of Perth has made a heartfelt tribute to her “beautiful big brother”.

James Deering, 32, was allegedly shot in the head outside a Wooroloo property on Saturday morning before he died in hospital on Sunday.

He was found critically injured on the side of the road before he was flown to Royal Perth Hospital.

Jacob John Dwyer, 35, has since been charged with Mr Deering’s murder.

Mr Deering younger sister, Maddy, made an emotional tribute on Wednesday evening in the days after the tragedy.

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“My beautiful big brother,” she said. “No words can express the love I have for you.

“You will always be remembered for being an amazing dad, brother, son friend and a freak of a cricketer.”

The West Australian revealed earlier this week that Mr Deering was one of the State’s rising cricket stars in his teens, playing four matches for Western Australia’s under-17 side — which included Marsh, current WA player Sam Whiteman and former West Coast Eagle Brad Sheppard.

His talent also took him overseas, where he became embroiled in a bizarre row while playing in England in 2009.

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