A blistering century from veteran West Indian batsman Chris Gayle counted for nothing as Vancouver Knight’s Global T20 Canada encounter against Montreal Tigers was abandoned due to rain.

The 39-year-old struck a magnificent 122 as Vancouver powered to 276 for 3 in their turn at the crease.  The big West Indian blasted seven boundaries and an astounding 12 sixes as the team posted the second-highest total in T20 cricket.

Gayle was well supported by opening partner Tobais Visee who scored a quick-fire 51 runs from 19 balls.  South Africa’s Rassie Van der Dussen also got in on the act after smashing 56 from 26 balls.  The Tigers were, however, unable to reply after the game was called off due to persistent rain.  The Knights, who are currently third in the table, were looking for their second win of the campaign having lost their previous encounter.


West Indies legend Brian Lara has pointed to the performance of the West Indies B squad, in the recently concluded Global T20 Canada tournament, as a good indicator of the growing strength of regional cricket.

An unbeaten half-century from Saad Bin Zafar and four-for from Sheldon Cottrell lifted the Vancouver Knights to a 7-wicket win over West Indies B and the Global T20 Canada title on Sunday.

A blistering 134 unbeaten and two wickets from West Indies B all-rounder Sherfane Rutherford upstaged Windies veteran Chris Gayle in a six-wicket win that sent Vancouver Knights crashing out of the Global T20 Canada on Thursday.

A brutal onslaught by Windies T20 all-rounder Sunil Narine led Montreal Tigers to a six-wicket win over West Indies B in the Global T20 cricket tournament at the Maple Leaf North-West Ground on Tuesday.

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