Made his T20I debut against New Zealand in Auckland in February 2006. Playing in his third ICC WT20.
Took 3-6 in just his second match in the format – against South Africa in Port Elizabeth.
Became the first West Indies bowler to take a hat-trick in ODI cricket when he performed the feat against Australia in Mumbai in ICC Champions Trophy 2006.
Returned to the T20I side on the tour of Sri Lanka in November 2015 after more than five years out of the side.
A good enough batsman to boast a Test century to his name.