|Real Name:||Joel Garner|
|Birth Day:||December 16, 1952|
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His 5 for 39 in the 1979 Cricket World Cup final against England remains the best ever performance by a bowler in a final; it included a spell of 5 wickets for 4 runs, and he was on a hat-trick twice.
He was also the part of the West Indian team which was runner-up in 1983 ICC Cricket World Cup. In the finals he, along with Sir Andy Roberts, set the highest ever 10th wicket partnership in World Cup history (71).
Until the appearance of the 7-foot-1-inch (2.16 m) tall Pakistani fast bowler Mohammad Irfan in 2010, Garner, former Australian pace bowler Bruce Reid and Irish fast bowler Boyd Rankin were the equal-tallest players ever to play international cricket.
In October 2010 Garner was named interim manager of the West Indies for the tour of Sri Lanka. He was one of the new faces in the team including captain Darren Sammy.
In the 2013 election he was the BCA candidate for vice-president of the West Indies Cricket Board, losing to Dave Cameron's running mate, Emmanuel Nanthan of Dominica, 8–4. As of 2016 he continues as Barbados Cricket Association president, spearheads West Indies' drive in Masters Cricket, has served as a West Indies selector, and fulfils various other duties.
Currently, Joel Gagne is 68 years, 7 months and 9 days old. Joel Gagne will celebrate 69th birthday on a Thursday 16th of December 2021.
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