The West Indies team may not have been winning on the field of play against South African in the Digicel Series but they have been winning the hearts of some of their most passionate and committed fans across the region and on Thursday afternoon they added several hundred to the list in St Kitts.

Near chaos almost broke out among students as Captain, Chris Gayle, and two of his teammates visited the Cotton-Thomas Comprehensive School in St Kitts following their practice session.

The special needs students were in jubilant mood as they eagerly greeted, shook hands, hi-fived, hugged, took photos and secured autographs from the players who visited the school on the eve of the Second Digicel Test starting on Friday at Warner Park. Fast bowlers, Ravi Rampaul and Nelon Pascal, joined Gayle for the Digicel-organized visit which is the penultimate of similar visits across the region.

Chris Gayle Presents a Small Token of an Autographed Bat to the Cotton-Thomas Comprehensive School to Commemorate the visit

Even the staff members were caught up in the excitement the visit created…


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