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Gavin is the senior cricket Director for ICC TV -the TV production arm of the ICC until 2023. He was the senior director for the ICC Cricket World Cup in 2019 where he directed 22 games including the brilliant semi-final between India and NZ in Manchester, and possibly the greatest One Day game ever played - the 2019 World Cup Final.
Danny has played cricket for NZ from 1987-1997 and began his career opening the bowling alongside NZ’s greatest cricketer of all time Sir Richard Hadlee in his Test debut at the GABBA in Brisbane in December 1987. As Twenty20 exploded on to the world stage he commentated on the inaugural ICC World T20in South Africa in 2007, worked on the ICC Men’s World Cup, and been involved in many of the global T20 Franchise Leagues around the world.
An ad man and radio jockey turned award winning cricket presenter, Gautam has also been a tennis and football commentator having covered EURO, the FIFA World Cup and Wimbledon. Employed with ESPN Star Sports from 2001 to 2016, he is now annually contracted to Times of India’s Cricbuzz.com as cricket anchor and plays host and commentator at numerous leagues across the globe from Bangladesh to Hong Kong, Canada to the Caribbean.
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