Legendary West Indian commentator Tony Cozier has died at the age of 75.

A familiar and respected voice around the world, the Barbadian will be remembered for a career in TV, radio and journalism spanning 58 years.

Born in Bridgetown in 1940, he made his BBC Test Match Special debut in 1966, wrote several books and commentated for many major TV and radio networks.

He has donned many hats during his lifetime, and is one of the most respected cricket writers, broadcasters and historians to have come out of the Caribbean.

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