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The late Runako Morton had some pretty dodgy clothes.
I try to keep the ball up to the bat, and I usually get the ball to outswing, so I get wickets like that.
I played cricket at primary school but hardly at all at high school. I was more of a footballer.
I do enjoy batting – if the bowling’s not quick!
God is good, and my health is in his hands.
It is going to be difficult for the West Indies to get back to the top, but we got to start somewhere, and if playing young players is the way we have decided to go, these young players must be given the chance to mature and develop and not be discarded at an early age.
Being selected for West Indies actually changed my life.
I love to play Test cricket; it’s the main cricket.
I like to let the ball do the talking.
My first love is football. When I get the chance, I play football for fitness.
I found it quite funny when my teacher at secondary school saw me bowl and wanted me to throw the javelin. So I tried, and I kept hitting the back of my head!
You have to be smart on your feet. It will be hard on wickets where the ball will keep low. Hopefully, you can get one to fly, and that puts doubts in the batsman’s mind.
I’m delighted to have signed for such an ambitious club as Hampshire. I’m very much looking forward to my first taste of county cricket. It’s also an honour to follow other Bajans like Malcolm Marshall and Gordon Greenidge to Hampshire.
In Twenty20s, you have to bowl a lot fuller, especially at the death, and you’ve got to be mindful of what you’re doing. But it’s still cricket.
It is good to make my comeback in Jamaica after not playing for so long.
I don’t bowl to hit people; I bowl to get wickets.
I haven’t tried to model myself on anyone. I have my own action, and that suits me.
I did a lot of good work with my trainer and the physio in Barbados, and they were tremendous help to me during my comeback period.
My aim has always been to be at the top.