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Personal Information

Full NameShannon Terry Gabriel
BornApril 28, 1988 Trinidad
Age33 Years, 5 Months, 25 Days
National SideWest Indies
Batting StyleRight Handed
BowlingRight-arm fast medium
SportCricket

Ranking

TestODIT20
Batting---
Bowling23--

Man of the Match

TestODIT20World CupCL
3000-

Career Information

Teams PlayedWest Indies, Gloucestershire, Sagicor High Performance Centre, West Indies A, Worcestershire, T&T Red Force, West Indies Cricket Presidents XI, Barbados Tridents, St Lucia Zouks, Trinbago Knight Riders, West Indians
Career Span

Shannon Terry Gabriel Overall Stats

Batting & Fielding Performance

MIN/ORHS100s50s4s6sAVGS/RCTSTDucksR/O
Test
54803021720* v ENG002854.3435.45160392
ODI
251692412* v NZ00103.4238.091082
World Cup
32133* v SL00003.0030.00--10
T20I
200--0000-0.001000
CPL
246442* v BT00002.0036.363030

Bowling Performance

IOMRWBest3s5sAVGE/RS/RMtc
Test
941464.125949421578/62 v SL11631.473.3755.9553
ODI
25191.261134333/17 v SA3034.365.9234.7825
World Cup
320.3017322/49 v ENG0086.508.4361.503
T20I
2705633/44 v PAK1018.668.0014.002
CPL
2365.11529193/19 v SKNP2027.848.1120.5723

Shannon Terry Gabriel Profile

Shannon Gabriel burst onto the scene as a 22-year old muscular fast bowler when he made his debut in 2010 for Trinidad and Tobago. He was picked up to be part of the Sagicor West Indies Cricket High Performance, founded by West Indies Cricket Board to improve quality of players between the ages of 19 to 27.


Shannon impressed in the 2010/11 season as he picked up 33 wickets. His impressive showing in the domestic circuit saw him get picked for the 2011 Champions League T20 for the Trinidad and Tobago side. This was followed by a maiden call-up to the national team. He was selected for the tour of England in 2012. Gabriel though failed to make an impact and his debut tour was cut short after he suffered a back injury.


Gabriel though impressed in his next series against Zimbabwe where he picked up 6 wickets in 2 matches and this was followed by him being named for the tour of India. He played in the second Test in Mumbai but he struggled and managed to pick just one wicket. Gabriel never got started in Test cricket and struggled for consistent performances. The selectors though decided to keep him in and around the squad. Gabriel paid off this trust and came into his own when he took his maiden fifer against Pakistan in Abu Dhabi and also played a vital role in West Indies winning a Test in Sharjah.


His career took off in 2016. Gabriel improved by leaps and bounds in the following year and was instrumental in West Indies winning against Pakistan as he picked up 9/92 in the game at Bridgetown. His 6-fer against England at Leeds helped West Indies seal another victory and he decimated the touring Sri Lanka and Bangladesh teams in 2018. Gabriel has established himself as the leader of the West Indian bowler attack, especially in Tests.