Being the senior man, Kemar Roach not only is the spearhead of the West Indian pace attack but also has the responsibility of carrying on the long and illustrious tradition of world-class bowlers. For about 25 years West Indies produced an assembly line of great fast bowlers – Andy Roberts, Michael Holding, Joel Garner, Colin Croft, Malcolm Marshall, Curtley
Ambrose, Courtney Walsh, Ian Bishop. So outstandingly fearsome was the pace attack that bowlers of the caliber of Wayne Daniel, Winston Davis, and Sylvester Clarke just about got an occasional look-in.
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July 10, 2020