1. Richie Benaud
2. Geoff Boycott
3. Michael Holding
4. Rameez Raja
5. Nasser Hussein
6. Tony Greig
Tanny Greig just amuses me every time he commentates.
I actually like Hussain and Bumble, from what little I've heard from that team. Benaud's still quality too.
sorry.....but i think Richie Benudis quite boring TBH...its his voice! Ive met him several times and know him quite well. I told him that i didnt like his commentating and e said that he as not suprised. He, as well as his whole family doesn approve of it either!
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1. Michael Holding
2. Richie Benaud
3. David Lloyd
4. Dermot Reeve
5. Geoff Boycott
6. Mark Nicholas
1 + 2 because I enjoy their commentary, and think they're both very knowledgeable. 3. Because he's a good laugh. 4 + 5 would have to always be on together - apart from each other they get on my nerves but together they're just sheer comedy value, and Nicholas at 6 because listening to commentary would get boring without one of the commentators being so annoying that you get to shout at the tv and rip it out of them.
Last edited by Spitfires_Fan; 04-05-2007 at 04:25 PM.
Oh YES ...also Ian Chappell
I like Gower but he seems to act more like an anchor moderating the discussion rather than as an expert himself. He is pretty good if he does.
Last edited by SJS; 04-05-2007 at 11:48 PM.
1. Richie Benaud (c)
2. Michael Holding
3. Mark Nicholas
4. Geoff Boycott
5. Ian Chappell
6. Jeremy Coney
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