Whilst Kerry was what he himself might describe as ‘a good, ordinary cricketer’, it has been as a commentator that ‘Skull’ has made his name and endeared him to millions of cricket lovers.
With a famous laugh that could stop a war, Kerry’s sharp observations and offbeat humour have delighted radio audiences and sporting clubs for decades.
“WOW – fantastic down-to-earth speaker. Kerry had the audience in stitches with his anecdotes. Refreshing to have a celebrity point the finger at himself, laugh and share his cricketing experiences with others.”
It should be remembered that Skull did open the batting for his country in the famous Centenary test in 1977; he did take 53 test scalps; and he can boast a top score of 85. He was no mug cricketer!
But he’s at his best entertaining audiences and telling Kerry-jokes in his inimitable style.
“Kerry did a great job! Everyone is still raving about it, we couldn’t be happier with how everything turned out”