Super 8 Stories: West Indies Cricket

Details

Location

Sion Mills, West Indies

Year

1960s, 1970s

Source

BBC NI

Format

colour

Length

06min 24sec

Silent

sound

Courtesy

BBC NI, Brian Hunter, Doubleband Films, John Hunter

Rights Holder

Brian Hunter, Doubleband Films, Sheila Hunter

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Description

In 1968 some local cricket fanatics in the Limavady region pulled off a major coup by securing a game against some of the greatest players from the mighty West Indies team. Such was a good spirit engendered by this game that a return was organised a few years later and a North West select team went on tour to the Caribbean. Players, Ozzie Calhoun and John Hunter, share their memories and John's wife, Sheila, remembers the trip to the West Indies. This clip appeared in Series 3, Programme 1 of 'Super 8 Stories'.

Shot List

Cricket team lined up for group photo. Various shots of different matches. Batsmen leaving field. Spectators watching on with binoculars. West Indian players lined up for group photo. Groundsmen rolling the wicket. West Indian team taking to the field. Pan across supporters and more match shots. Shots of Gary Sobers playing and standing outside clubhouse. Shots from back of boat of Caribbean coastline and holiday shots on beach and at poolside. Irish team walking out to play at ground in the West Indies. Various match shots. Players relaxing and drinking on the pavilion. More match shots. Caribbean street carnival with floats and costumes. More poolside shots.

Credits

Narrator: Maire Jones; Programme Accountant: Anne Hegarty; Production Assistant: Gillian Halliday; Camera: Michael Quinn; Sound: Paul Maynes; Music Consultants: Jim Meredith, Ralph McLean; Graphics: Alan Perry; Dubbing: One Zero Zero; Online Editor: Jonathan Fetherston; Researcher: Ben Price; Archivist: Evan Marshall; Assistant Producer: Jenny Waugh; Editor: David Gray; Executive Producers: Alex Johnston, Michael Hewitt; Producer: Diarmuid Lavery; Director: Brian Henry Martin

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