- CURTLY AMBROSE (BASS GUITARIST)
Curtly Ambrose who played 98 Tests and 176 One Day Internationals for West Indies was an unstoppable force during the 1990s. Curtly Ambrose had an unbreakable bond with his fellow teammate Courtney Walsh which helped to destroy a number of batting lineups. The partnership between Curtly Ambrose and Courtney Walsh helped the West Indies cricket team to win a number of memorable matches despite their weak batting line-up. Ambrose took 405 test wickets with a bowling average of 20.99 and 176 ODI wickets with an average of 24.12. Curtly Ambrose retired in 2000, after which he joined the “Dread and the Baldhead”, an Antiguan reggae band as a bass guitarist.
– by Shraddha Kejriwal