Sunday, April 21, 2024

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Chris Gayle doesn’t like the idea that people refer to him as a “T20 mercenary”.
Although the tall and powerfully built Jamaican is widely regarded as one of the most devastating T20 batsmen, he has insisted that people sometimes tended to forget his achievements in other forms of the game.
“I have been giving my all for West Indies for 13 years now,” said Gayle, who is in Trinidad and Tobago for the Jamaica Tallawahs’ semi-final against Barbados
Tridents in the inaugural Limacol Caribbean Premier?League (CPL), at the Queen’s Park Oval tonight. (RB)

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