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Who are our text commentators?

Keith Lane
Keith Lane has done live text commentary for nearly a decade, after joining Cricinfo as a volunteer in 1997. These days he heads up the Wisden Cricinfo operation in his native South Africa, as well as co-ordinating the global scoring operation for the company. On his days off, if you can call them that, he freelances as a cricket statistician for international television broadcasts.

Gautham V
Sports-crazy Gautham swapped football for cricket aged just 11 and has never looked back. Seventeen years on, he plays in the first division league in Chennai and rubs shoulders with players who have gone on to represent India. An offer to work with Cricinfo was the icing on the cake, meaning he could eat, sleep and dream of cricket much like the rest of the staff.

Binoy George
A commerce graduate, Binoy first joined Cricinfo as a data analyst in 2001, before making the move to commentary. He has been mad-keen on cricket since 1983, when Kapil Dev lifted the World Cup, and he's not the only one in the George household to love the game; his wife Susan is a big cricket fan, too.

Arun Kumar Gopalakrishnan
Another commerce graduate and cricket fanatic, Arun was determined to forge a career in the game. From breaking the neighbours' window panes playing backyard stuff with his dad and brother, to netting with the Indian players and filling in for the groundsman in rolling the pitch, when it comes to cricket, Arun has done it all. He's even a qualified umpire and scorer to boot, and is now Cricinfo's main stats man.

Sajan Nair
Sajan Nair joined Cricinfo's data team in 1999 after bidding adieu to the world of unmanned aircrafts and space rockets where he was a Tool-and-Die-Maker. One of our longest serving ball-by-ball commentators, he turned to cricket aged 16 after his dreams of a Wimbledon title were crushed after breaking his arm while watching a football match. When he's not immersed in the game, he loves traveling and Humphrey Bogart .

Anand Vasu
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Andrew Miller
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Martin Williamson
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Jenny Thompson
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Andrew McGlashan
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