Shannon Terry Gabriel
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April 28, 1988
Right-arm fast Bowler
West Indies, Trinidad and Tobago, Sagicor High Performance Centre, Barbados Tridents, St. Lucia Zouks, Trinidad and Tobago Red Steel, Trinidad and Tobago Under-19, West Indies A
Shannon Gabriel is a West Indian International cricketer, who plays for the West Indies national team since 2012. He represents the Trinidad and Tobago team in domestic circuit and has been a key member of that squad from 2010 till the present days. Shannon Gabriel also plays for Sagicor High Performance Center in first-class cricket and West Indies A team at domestic level.
Shannon is a right-arm fast bowler and a right-handed lower-order batsman. He appears in all formats of the game and plays for some regional leagues as well as List A matches, apart from the international tournaments.
He played some impressive matches by picking the most important wickets in his primary first-class matches and grabbed the eyes of selectors instantly. after his initial success, Shannon went to the West Indies High Performance Centre to improve his bowling-skills more fearsomely.
In 2011 Champions League T20, Shannon emerged his level best and got the opportunity to enter the national squad of West Indies respectfully.
In 2012, he made his international debut through test match against England and T20I debut in the very next year against Zimbabwe. Shannon had to wait 3 more years to make his ODI debut and got that opportunity in 2016 against Australia.
He became a regular member of the national West Indies team since then and a dependable go-to bowler for his squad.
He has faced suspense in his international career due to the nasty-remark controversy to the England captain during England-West Indies test tournament in 2019. However, he got himself named in the team of West Indies for the 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup.
(as Compiled by Madhushree Das Ghosh)
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Debut Test Match: at Lord’s Stadium Vs England on 17th of May in 2012
Last Test Match: at Darren Sammy National Cricket Stadium Vs England on 9th of February in 2019
Debut ODI Match: at Kensington Oval Stadium Vs Australia on 21st of June in 2016
Last ODI: at Sir The Village Stadium Vs Bangladesh on 17th of May in 2019
Debut T20I Match: at Sir Vivian Richards Stadium Vs Zimbabwe on 3rd of March in 2013
Last T20I Match: at Arnos Vale Ground Stadium Vs Pakistan on 27th of July in 2013
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