Darren Sammy : The first cricketer from the island of St. Lucia, only captain to win two time T20 world cup and current captain of PSL`s team Peshawar Zalmi made his ODI debut in 2004 against Bangladesh and test debut against England in 2007.

Personal Information: Sammy`s full name is Darren Julius Garvey Sammy who was born on December 20,1983 in Saint Lucia. This 6ft 6 inches guy right handed batsman, right arm medium fast bowler and has a role of all rounder. From his early childhood he was interested in playing cricket and he made debut at the age of just 17 years.

PSL 2017 Final match
Career,Awards and Achievements : Due to his amazing performance in such young age he was invited to play in under U-19 world cup from West indies in which his team made it to semi finals but could not beat Australians.
At the age of 20, he made his ODI debut against Bangladesh and at that time he was the youngest and first player from Saint Lucia to play for west indies.
He had an honor of making fastest fifty from west indies side by making 50 runs in just 20 balls against South Africa in 2010. However his team was unlucky to win that match.
In 2010 Sammy was made the captain of his team for series against Sri Lanka in which they lost due to absence of big players like Gayle and Bravo. However in 2012, under his captaincy West indies became the World T20 champions due to which he got fame and media hyper as his team won an international award after 8 years.
Sammy had been a part of IPL in which he played with Hyderabad and Bangalore teams. By then this skipper had achieved a lot of fame and popularity in cricket world.

Also he had been a part of PSL for both the seasons and in PSL 2017 he became the captain of Peshawar Zalmi and under his captaincy Zalmis won the HBL PSL 2017 cup.

Personal Life : Sammy married his childhood girlfriend Cathy Daniel in 2010 and in 2014 this Sunrise skipper became the proud father and is enjoying his family life.

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