Dale Steyn pays tribute to Tony Cozier

2016-05-12 15:40

Cape Town - Proteas speedster Dale Steyn has paid tribute to the 'voice of West Indies cricket', Tony Cozier, who passed away on Wednesday at the age of 75.

Cozier was born in Bridgetown, where the press box at the Kensington Oval cricket grounds is named after him in tribute to his work as a journalist, radio and television analyst and historian.

"Cozier made a great contribution to the game," the WICB said in a statement.

"Tony covered West Indies cricket for over 50 years and was respected all around the cricket world."

Steyn, along with numerous other past and present cricketers, took to Twitter after news of Cozier's death, spread.

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