The cricketing fraternity took to Twitter on Wednesday to mourn the death of 'voice of West Indies cricket' Tony Cozier. The renowned West Indies cricket writer and commentator passed away at the age of 75 following a long illness
@darrensammy88: Condolences go out to the families and friends of #TonyCozier That voice will forever be in my head #RIPTonyCozier
@sanjaymanjrekar: I remember how Tony Cozier would finish his commentary stint & go straight to the press box. Perhaps felt, that’s where he truly belonged.
@bhogleharsha: Go well Tony Cozier. You adorned our game. You loved it like a child and a parent. You had respect. You had dignity. And you had love.
@DJBravo47: What a sad day for cricket, especially WI cricket, and the fans. RIP Mr Cozier. Gone but you will never be forgotten
@MichaelVaughan: So so Sad ... Forget all the Great players .. Tony Cozier was the reason I loved West Indian Cricket ... #RIPTony
@DavidMillerSA12: Sad to hear about #tonycozier. Thoughts go out to family and friends over this time.
@cricketaakash: Cricket has lost one of its most trusted and endearing voice...watching cricket from the WI will never be same again. R.I.P. Tony Cozier
Jason Holder @Jaseholder98: So sad to see you go. You were an excellent commentator and a brilliant club man. We will miss you @WanderersCC RIP #TonyCozier
Tom Moody @TomMoodyCricket: So shocked and saddened by the news of Tony Cozier passing, a wonderful man and distinguished broadcaster. #RIP
Dale Steyn @DaleSteyn62: His voice will echo in my mind forever! Condolences to the Cozier family