The pair will be the faces of The Hundred across our digital platforms.
Kenzie Benali and Nubaid Haroon will be the two lead presenters for The Hundred across digital platforms during the 2022 competition.
Both Kenzie and Nubaid have been involved presenting with The Hundred before, with Kenzie having served as the in-venue host at Southern Brave matches in the 2021 competition. Nubaid was heavily involved in BBC Sport's digital output during the 2021 competition.
The Hundred gets under way on Wednesday 3 August at The Ageas Bowl, when Southern Brave face Welsh Fire in the Men's Competition. Limited tickets for the opening match are still available and can be bought here.
"I was born with a bat and ball in hand, a true fan since I was five years old and followed England and Pakistan my whole life. To get an opportunity where I can add my own spin on the game I love via presenting and creating content is pretty special. I’m passionate about all forms of the game but The Hundred brings something extra and I can’t wait!"
"I am excited beyond words to be working on The Hundred again this summer. I loved every single second of the competition last year and when I wasn’t working at a match, I was watching as a fan. It literally has everything, from the incredible cricket action to the amazing live music acts and DJs. There’s definitely something for everyone. The atmosphere was always electric and I know it’s going to be the same this time around, I just can’t wait to get started. It’s a massive privilege to be involved!"
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