Made his T20I debut against New Zealand in Auckland in February 2006. Playing in his sixth ICC WT20.
Ever-present in the West Indies side which won the ICC WT20 2012 in Sri Lanka.
His innings of 169 against Bangladesh in St Kitts in 2014 is the highest ODI score for the West Indies at home.
Made an unbeaten 55 against New Zealand in Wellington in 2014 – his only half-century in the T20I format.