Dujon attended in the Wolmer’s Schools. 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.
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.
- Dujon’s best Test score of 139 was made against Australia, Perth, 1984-1985
- Dujon’s best ODI score of 82 not out was made against Australia, Melbourne, 1983-1984
- He was captain for one ODI, a win
One Day International Cricket
Man of the Match awards
|S No||Opponent||Venue||Date||Match Performance||Result|
|1||Australia||Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne||10 January 1982||51* (80 balls, 5×4)||West Indies won by 5 wickets.|
|2||Pakistan||Jinnah Stadium, Sialkot||14 November 1986||WK 1 Ct. ; 38 (39 balls, 4×4, 2×6)||West Indies won by 4 wickets.|