|Full name||Cameron Eustace Cuffy|
8 February 1970 |
South Rivers, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
|Height||6 ft 8 in (2.03 m)|
|Bowling style||Right-arm fast|
|Test debut||18 November 1994 v India|
|Last Test||30 October 2002 v India|
|ODI debut||17 October 1994 v India|
|Last ODI||3 December 2002 v Bangladesh|
|Domestic team information|
|Source: Cricket Archive, 21 October 2010|
Cameron Eustace Cuffy (born February 8, 1970) is a former West Indian cricketer, who, due to his height (6-foot 8 inches) was often likened to his predecessors in the West Indies side, Joel Garner and Curtly Ambrose.
He was in and out of both the Test and one-day teams in the 1990s and after 2000, his international career was over. As a batsman, he was a tailender, averaging 4.14 in Test cricket.
Cameron Cuffy has the distinction of winning a man of the match award in a One Day International without scoring a run, taking a wicket or holding a catch. Playing against Zimbabwe at Harare in the opening fixture of a Coca Cola Cup tournament on 23 June 2001 he won the match award for his analysis of 10-2-20-0. As the hosts managed only 239 for 9 in reply to 266 for 5 by West Indies, Cuffy's economy was crucial. No other bowler in the match conceded fewer than 35 runs from his full 10-over entitlement.
|Nelson Cricket Club professional