Peter Jeffrey Leroy Dujon (born 28 May 1956) is a retired West Indian cricketer and current commentator.

He was the wicket-keeper for the West Indies cricket team of the 1980s, an athletic presence behind the stumps as well as a competent lower-order batsman.

Dujon attended in the Wolmer’s Schools.[1] Dujon made his first-class debut in 1974, and Test debut in 1981. During his nineteen-year career, Dujon played 200 first-class matches for Jamaica and the West Indies. He scored nearly 10,000 runs at an average approaching 40 runs per innings, an impressive statistic when compared with other specialist wicket-keepers over time, as well as completing 447 catches and 22 stumpings. In total, he won 81 Test caps for the West Indies and was never a part of any losing series. [2]

Dujon was one of five Wisden Cricketers of the Year in 1989 and since retiring as a player in 1992, has worked as assistant coach to the West Indies national team and in development of young cricket players in his native Jamaica.

Career highlights


Test Debut: vs Australia, Melbourne, 1981-1982
Last Test: vs England, The Oval, 1991

  • Dujon’s best Test score of 139 was made against Australia, Perth, 1984-1985

One-day internationals

ODI Debut: vs Australia, Adelaide, 1981-1982
Last ODI: vs India, Sharjah, 1991

  • Dujon’s best ODI score of 82 not out was made against Australia, Melbourne, 1983-1984
  • He was captain for one ODI, a win