While many regional players would want to forget the injury-plagued West Indies tour of New Zealand, fast bowler Shannon Gabriel will remember it for the lessons it taught him.

The Sagicor High Performance Centre graduate played the first and second Tests against New Zealand, returning figures of zero for 148 from 27.5 overs and none for 16 from five overs in Dunedin and two for 86 from 25.1 overs in Wellington.

Speaking to the Express during a Trinidad and Tobago Cricket Board three-day trial match at the National Cricket Centre, Balmain Couva on Saturday, Gabriel admitted those were not his best performances but said they were experiences he could learn from.

“I think the tour to New Zealand was another learning experience for me in terms of being more consistent and getting a better look at international cricket, how to adjust to different conditions and learning about different things to do with the ball,” he explained…


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