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Was an honour to wear West Indies crest

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03 Mar 2019 02:46 #369788 by chairman
West Indies batsman Chris Gayle, who is set to retire from the ODI format after the upcoming World Cup tournament in May, reflected on his journey in the 50-overs format and said that he felt honoured to be able to worn West Indies crest. Speaking after his final home game against West Indies, in which he scored 77 runs in 27 balls to script a 7-wicket win against England, the left-handed batsman said: “This is my last ODI series in the Caribbean.”
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He added: “So I was giving the fans a nice wave. Right through the tournament, they have been superb from both sides: West Indies and England sides. It would be nice if it was in Jamaica, but the crowds have been fantastic.”

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03 Mar 2019 02:47 #369789 by chairman
“It’s been an honour to wear the crest and entertain the people around the Caribbean. West Indies is No. 1. This is the best achievement you can have in the Caribbean as a cricketer. This is the best thing, to be honest with you,” Gayle said after the final ODI.

On being questioned whether he is in the best form of his career, the batsman said: “My better ODI form was in India when Carl Hooper was captain. I made three centuries in that series and I made two here.”

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03 Mar 2019 02:47 #369790 by chairman
But he added that this is the best he has played in home conditions: “I’m thankful for the form. I wasn’t getting any runs in the T20 tournaments I was playing. When you get a chance to score runs, make sure you score heavy. But it’s the best [I’ve played] in my home conditions and I’m happy and grateful for that.”

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04 Mar 2019 16:40 #369881 by ketchim

chairman wrote: “My better ODI form was in India when Carl Hooper was captain. I made three centuries in that series and I made two here.”

Jamaica cricketer performs better with Guyana Captains and team mates!!
Heck, everyone there named their son ROHAN over a beloved Guyanese ;)

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