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Chris Gayle
Full Name : Christopher "Chris" Henry Gayle
Born : 21 Sept 1979
Place of Birth : Kingston, Jamaica
Batting : Left Handed Batsman
Bowling : Right arm off break
Test Debut : March 16, 2000 - West Indies v Zimbabwe
ODI Debut : Sept 11, 1999 - West Indies v India
Christopher "Chris" Henry Gayle plays international cricket for the West Indies and domestic cricket for Jamaica. He is a hard-hitting left-handed opening batsman who can bowl right-arm off spin when called upon. Gayle has a variety of quality shots that he can perform. Gayle played for the West Indies at youth international level after he made his first-class debut aged 19 for Jamaica. He played his first One Day International 11 months later, and his first Test match 6 months after that.
Ramnaresh Sarwan
Full Name : Ramnaresh Ronnie Sarwan
Born : 23 June 1980
Place of Birth : Wakenaam Island, Guyana
Batting : Right Handed Batsman
Bowling : Right arm leg break
Test Debut : May 18, 2000 - West Indies v Pakistan
ODI Debut : July 20, 2000 - West Indies v England
He has been a member of the West Indies cricket team since his Test debut against Pakistan at Barbados in May 2000 when he remained unbeaten in both innings scoring 84 in the first innings. He missed out on scoring his maiden Test century against South Africa in March 2001 when he was run out for 91. His score of 78 in the second Test against India at Chennai in Oct 2002 was his fourth innings of 75+ that was not converted into a century. He is also a part-time bowler having mastered the leg-break and taken 23 wickets with best bowling figures of 4/37.
Shivnarine Chanderpaul
Full Name : Shivnarine 'Shiv' Chanderpaul
Born : 16 August 1974
Place of Birth : Unity Village, Guyana
Batting : Left Handed Batsman
Bowling : Right-arm leg-spin
Test Debut : March 17, 1994 - West Indies v England
ODI Debut : Oct 17, 1994 - West Indies v India
He is the first Indo-Caribbean in the West Indies team to play 100 Tests for the West Indies and has captained them in 14 Tests and 16 One Day Internationals. Chanderpaul is currently ranked as the number one batsman in the world in the current ICC test rankings. A West Indian cricketer of Indian origin, the left-handed Chanderpaul is known for his doggedness and ability to stick on the wicket for long hours. He is infamous in the cricketing world for his very unorthodox front-on batting stance, although he shifts his body into a more conventional position when he plays the ball, thus making him a prolific scorer on both sides of the wicket.
Dwayne Bravo
Full Name : Dwayne James John Bravo
Born : 7 Oct 1983
Place of Birth : Trinidad and Tobago
Batting : Right Handed Batsman
Bowling : Right arm medium fast
Test Debut : July 22, 2004 - West Indies v England
ODI Debut : Apr 18, 2004 - West Indies v England
A genuine all-rounder, Bravo is expected to play a significant role in attempts by the West Indies to return to international prominence in the sport. He is a right-handed batsman and right-arm medium-fast bowler who has already become one of the West Indies' more reliable one-day bowlers, able to contain batsman towards the end of the innings. Bravo plays for the Mumbai Indians in the Indian Premier League.
Brendan Nash
Full Name : Brendan Paul Nash
Born : 14 Dec 1977
Place of Birth : Attadale, Australia
Batting : Left Handed Batsman
Bowling : Left-arm medium
Test Debut : Dec 11, 2008 - West Indies v New Zealand
ODI Debut : Aug 20, 2008 - West Indies v Bermuda
Brendan Paul Nash has played first-class cricket for Jamaica and Queensland. He was born in Attadale, Western Australia. He lived in Perth, Cairns and Brisbane and studied at Nudgee College in 1993–94. Brendan Nash qualified to play for Jamaica through his father, Paul, a white Jamaican Olympic swimmer.
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