All Rounder

Bats Left Hand.
Bowls Right Arm Off-Spin

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Gayle was named player of the 2006 Champions Trophy.


Bats Left Hand.
Bowls Right Arm Off-Spin




West Indies

West Indies


Chris Gayle has been playing one-day international cricket since 1999 and will represent West Indies in his fourth ICC Cricket World Cup in 2015.

A damaging allrounder, Gayle has scored more than 8800 ODI runs and claimed 158 wickets. With 21 centuries, 46 fifties and a five-wicket haul to his name, working out how to restrain the Jamaican will be a priority for other teams during the tournament.

His aggressive style is well suited to limited overs cricket, but Gayle has also had success in the longer form of the game, playing more than 100 Test matches. 

His Test average is 42.18 and he has scored two triple-centuries since hitting the Test scene in March 2000.

Gayle enjoyed success at the 2003, 2007 and 2011 World Cups, including 119 against Kenya in 2003.

Gayle steals the show in England

Melbourne Renegades fans will be licking their lips after BBL|05 signing Chris Gayle plundered 151 off 62 balls for Somerset

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Renegades add Chris Gayle for BBL|05

Chris Gayle will be wearing red this summer, after he was announced as the Melbourne Renegades' latest BBL|05 signing

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Chris Gayle returns to the BBL

Melbourne Renegades have secured the services of the always-charismatic Chris Gayle for BBL|05, and he brings more than just his cricket skills with him!

Gayle expected to be fit for Renegades opener

Big-hitting West Indian to undergo back surgery but likely to be training in October

Gayle to have surgery on back condition

West Indies power hitter to be out of action for 'two or three months' in bid to


Faulkner, Maxwell dominate Roses clash

Australia allrounders and Chris Gayle headlined an action-packed night of England domestic T20