2 WEST INDIES CRICKET LEGENDS TURN ESPN COMMENTATORS

Written by on February 3, 2017

2 West Indies cricket legends will join ESPN as commentators covering the Super50 Tournament.

Antiguan Sir Curtly Ambrose and Jamaica Jeff Dujon will be part of the ESPN’s commentary panel bringing exclusive coverage of the WICB’s Regional tourney.

Ambrose and Dujon will join the commentator’s panel – which consists of former West Indies opening batsman Daren Ganga, former West Indies fast bowler Tino Best, and journalist/broadcaster Barry Wilkinson.

Curtly Ambrose is a longtime favorite of cricket fans all over the world and is considered one of the greatest fast bowlers in cricket history. His addition to the existing team is expected to bring expert analysis to ESPN viewers.

While Jeff Dujon — who was famed for a wicket keeping style that featured a lot of diving, has been a cricket commentator for ESPN on several previous occasions.

ESPN continues to show its commitment to growth of the cricket in the West Indies and representatives say the sports station wants to ensure that regional fans can see and enjoy the atmosphere.

ESPN’s Super50 Tournament coverage will be broadcast live from the newly-renovated Coolidge Cricket Ground in Antigua. It will feature 9 matches including the semi-finals on Wednesday and Thursday, February 15 and 16; and the final on Saturday, February 18.


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