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Jeff Dujon
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Jeff Dujon

West Indies
Jeff Dujon

INTL CAREER: 1981 - 1991

Full Name

Peter Jeffrey Leroy Dujon

Born

May 28, 1956, Kingston, Jamaica

Age

64y 321d

Batting Style

Right hand bat

Bowling Style

Right arm medium

Fielding Position

Wicketkeeper

TEAMS

It was one of the most spectacular sights of cricket in the 1980s. A great West Indian fast bowler - any of several suspects - roared on by a partisan Caribbean crowd, a short ball rearing, the batsman fending and edging, and behind the stumps, a lithe athlete leaping and plunging to take another one-handed blinder. Jeff Dujon was the gymnastic hub of those all-conquering Windies sides, a man who never participated in a losing series and whose tally of victims has been exceeded only by Ian Healy and Rod Marsh. If his keeping was never adequately tested against spin bowling (just five of his 270 victims were stumped) then there was scant opportunity. No-one can have been more riveting to watch standing back. He could bat too, elegantly, sufficiently well to make five Test centuries. The largest of them, 139, came in the opening match against Australia at Perth in 1984-85, and helped rescue his side from 186 for 6. Mike Selvey

Career Averages

Batting & Fielding
FormatMatInnsNORunsHSAveBFSR100s50s6sCtSt
Test8111511332213931.94516112675
ODI16912036194582*23.15288167.510618321
FC200298489763163*39.05215044722
List A2111604326949723.0201221827
Bowling
FormatMatInnsBallsRunsWktsBBIBBMAveEconSR4w5w10w
Test81------------
ODI169------------
FC200724511/4345.0072.0000
List A211000-----000
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Photos


Former Jamaica and West Indies players Uton Dowe, Richard Austin and Jeff Dujon during the Jamaica 50 parade
Jeff Dujon portrait
Jeff Dujon dives
Jeff Dujon's 77 v New Zealand
Harper and Dujon at training
Dujon and Harper at training