newscricket5 months ago

Reports | Chris Gayle to play for Gujarat Giants in Legends League Cricket

As per IANS, Chris Gayle, fondly called The Universe Boss, will play for Gujarat Giants in the upcoming edition of Legends League Cricket scheduled to begin on September 16. Gayle will play alongside his West Indian teammate Lendl Simmons and Virender Sehwag, who will be leading the side.
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newscricket7 months ago

Reports | Chris Gayle not to play CPL 2022 for the ‘6ixty’

According to multiple reports, including ANI and ESPNCricinfo, Chris Gayle has ruled himself out of Caribbean Premier League 2022 in order to focus on the inaugural T10 tournament, '6ixty'. 6ixty will begin from August 24 and run till 28 in Saint Kitts, immediately before the next CPL edition.
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newscricket8 months ago

CPL to launch T10 competition ‘The 6ixty' with new exciting rules

The 10th season of the Caribbean Premier League (CPL) will launch with a T10 tournament named 'The 6ixty', with Chris Gayle being the face of the competition. The inaugural edition, featuring many exciting rules, will take place from August 24 to 28 in St Kitts, just before the upcoming CPL season.
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newscricket9 months ago

IPL 2022 | Chris Gayle and AB de Villiers inducted into the Royal Challengers Bangalore’s Hall Of Fame

Royal Challengers Bangalore have named Chris Gayle and AB de Villiers as the first two inductees into their Hall Of Fame. Both of them have enjoyed a successful stint with RCB as Gayle scored 3163 runs at 43.3 while De Villiers scored 4491 runs at 41.2 and a strike rate of 158.6 for the franchise.
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newscricket9 months ago

IPL 2022 | David Warner pips Chris Gayle, moves to top of most T20 fifties’ chart

David Warner has toppled Chris Gayle to move up to the top of the most half-centuries chart in T20 cricket. Warner, who is representing Delhi Capitals in IPL 2022, has now scored 89 half-centuries following his 58-ball 92 not out against SRH on Thursday, while Gayle has 88 in the shortest format.
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newscricket1 year ago

IPL 2022 | BCCI releases list of players in the mega auction, no Chris Gayle and Ben Stokes

The BCCI have released the complete list of players to go under the hammer in the mega auction for the upcoming season on February 12 and 13 in Bengaluru. Some major players including Chris Gayle, Ben Stokes, Mitchell Starc and Joe Root will be not able to participate in the upcoming season.
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newscricket1 year ago

IND vs WI | West Indies retains their squad from England T20Is for series against India

West Indies have named an unchanged squad from their ongoing five match home series against England for the shortest format against India led by Keiron Pollard. The series will consist of three T20Is plus three ODIs and will be hosted in Ahmedabad and Kolkata from February 6 to February 20.
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newscricket1 year ago

IPL 2022 | Chris Gayle, Ben Stokes, Sam Curran among notable players to not register for mega auction - Reports

According to an ESNPCrinfo report, West Indies batsman Chris Gayle, England cricketers Ben Stokes and Sam Curran have all opted out of participating in the IPL 2022 mega auction. Other notable absentees from the upcoming auction list are Chris Woakes, Jofra Archer, Micthell Starc and Joe Root.
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newscricket1 year ago

It is doubtful you will see me playing for West Indies again, reveals Chris Gayle

West Indies cricketer Chris Gayle has hinted that his international career might end soon saying that he may not have too many matches left for the country. Reflecting on his career, Gayle pointed out that he has changed the landscape of cricket during his career and is proud of the achievement
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newscricket1 year ago

T20 cricket has slowed down dramatically, T10 has raised the bar a bit, feels Chris Gayle

Chris Gayle believes that the T20 cricket has slowed down dramatically as far as batting is concerned, and the T10 format has raised the bar in recent times. Gayle further added that he doesn’t quite understand why the modern opening batsman takes the conservative approach in the powerplay.
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