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Terry Bent

Bridgetown, Barbados
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About Terry
Terry Bent is a seasoned journalist and photojournalist with a rich career spanning over four decades. His journey in journalism began with regional newspapers at the Birmingham Times Group, after which he transitioned into radio, both reporting on news and presenting shows and sportscasts. Terry's expertise in sports journalism is well-recognized, as he has been a football analyst for "The Penalty Spot" on Voice of Barbados and a cricket analyst, frequently appearing on "Mason and Guests." His insights have been particularly sought after during significant events, such as providing live analysis for the 2016 ICC World T20 Cup Men's and Women's Finals on The Beat 104.1 Barbados.

With a deep passion for cricket, Terry has been a regular analyst for Caribbean coverage of West Indies matches at Kensington Oval and for Barbados Tridents games in the Caribbean Premier League (CPLT20). His dedication to the sport is further exemplified by his management of the Barbados Tridents blog site, which serves as a hub for fans and followers of the CPL T20 cricket team. His reporting has been instrumental in covering the Caribbean Premier League cricket, especially during the challenging times of the Covid-19 pandemic, where he provided critical updates on the CPL 2020's status, schedule changes, and safety measures, highlighting the tournament's importance in Trinidad.

Terry's contributions to the field of journalism are recognized by his peers, as he is a member of The Association of Caribbean Media Workers. He also holds the distinction of being a former member of The Chartered Institute of Journalists. Throughout his career, Terry Bent has established himself as a respected voice in sports journalism, with a particular emphasis on the intersection of sports events and current affairs. His work continues to inform and engage sports enthusiasts across the Caribbean and beyond.
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