Jamaica Scorpions’ skipper Chris Gayle

SUPER50 BOSS: Jamaica Scorpions’ skipper Chris Gayle is given a guard of honour by his teammates and the Barbados Pride outfit prior to the start of their Group B match in the CWI Regional Super50 Cup at Kensington Oval, Barbados, last Saturday.—Photo: CWI Media

Superstar Chris Gayle fittingly lowered the curtain on his domestic 50-overs career with an audacious hundred as Jamaica Scorpions brushed aside Barbados Pride by 33 runs in their Group B clash of the Regional Super50 on Saturday.

Playing at Kensington Oval in his 356th List A match, the 39-year-old plundered 122 off 114 deliveries as Scorpions were dismissed for 226 in the 48th over. 

Get caught up with news from the news leader
Subscribe now and get access to the Trinidad Express E-paper
SUBSCRIBE/ LOG IN

RECOMMENDED FOR YOU

VETERAN SEAMER Kemar Roach inspired an incisive West Indies display to leave India rattled and searching for stability on a rain-hit opening day of the first Test hin Antigua yesterday.

Keith Look Loy, president of the Trinidad and Tobago Super League (TTSL), has condemned the move by the TT Pro League (TTPL) to abandon the T-League for this year and insisted that the Super League teams would be playing football through to the end of the year.

For the next two months all eyes will be on the Hero Caribbean Premier League T20 tournament and on the defending champions Trinbago Knight Riders, who will be going for an unprecedented hat-trick of titles.

TWO Trinidad and Tobago teams were beaten in the first round of the main draw yesterday in the Caribbean Pre-Cadet and Mini-Cadet Table Tennis Championships in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.

KALE Dalla Costa was close to perfect when the Under-12 action in the COTECC (Central American and Caribbean Tennis Confederation) Summer Bowl Junior Tournament served off yesterday at the St Augustine Club, McCarthy Street, St Augustine.

Trinidad and Tobago sprinters Emmanuel Callender and Xavier Mulugata offered words of inspiration to a group of young track athletes, footballers and triathletes at St Anthony’s College, in Westmoorings, last Friday. The beneficiaries were participants in the MP High Performance Training (MPHPT) Speed Camp.