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in a curt, abrupt and discourteous manner

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Sir Andy Roberts, Sir Richie Richardson, Gary Newbon, Sir Viv Richards and Sir Curtly Ambrose at Edgbaston.
Prince Harry high fives a young cricket player as he attends a youth sports festival at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium and (inset) meets cricket legends Sir Curtly Ambrose (left), Sir Andy Roberts (second left) and Sir Vivian Richards
Kolkata: One of the lingering images from April 3 at the Eden Gardens, three weeks down the line, has been that of Curtly Ambrose flashing three fingers at the camera.
Curtly Ambrose, 1994 v England, Trinidad: His devastating 6-24 in a single 10-over spell famously helped to rout England for 46 in a game the tourists should have won.
The Stanford 20/20 project is run by a board of directors, all former West Indies cricket greats, including Garfield Sobers, Viv Richards, Curtly Ambrose and Michael Holding.
McGrath can recall how the likes of Courtney Walsh, Curtly Ambrose and the other great Windies pacemen of that era used to give their side a psychological edge by getting on top of the rival skipper from the first ball.
Lashings, a celebrity team based in Kent, include former greats such as South Africa fast bowler Allan Donald and West Indies pair Richie Richardson and Curtly Ambrose plus current stars like Zimbabwean Grant Flower.
Comfortable, that is, unless you had to face the giant Curtly Ambrose.
The Surrey left-hander is the sole survivor of the England line-up that were humiliated in Trinidad 10 years ago when Curtly Ambrose delivered a breathtaking display to claim six for 24 and dismiss the tourists for 46 in only 19.
You can find out what it was like to face Curtly Ambrose at full pelt.
VILLAGE side Dunstall CC have been thwarted in an audacious bid to bring West Indies legend Curtly Ambrose (below) to rural south Staffordshire.
Then he retired to the pavilion - in the middle of a fund-raising game between Asia and The Rest of the World - and put his feet up, waiting for his ally Curtly Ambrose to return from holiday in Antigua.
The veteran paceman removed Vaughan, Atherton, Graeme Hick, Alec Stewart and Craig White in quick succesion while Curtly Ambrose accounted for Andy Caddick and Nick Knight fell to Franklyn Rose.
Summary: Johannesburg [South Africa], August 23 (ANI): Legendary West Indian fast bowler Curtly Ambrose has shown his interest for the role of England's bowling coach post which is set to go vacant with departure of Ottis Gibson.
In which Caribbean country was fast bowler Curtly Ambrose born?