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(Jamaica Observer) Despite being a part of the regional set-up for more than two-decades, former West Indies batting star Shivnarine Chanderpaul believes he still had a lot left to offer on the international scene at the time of his premature retirement.

Chanderpaul pulled the plug on his polished international career last year at the age of 41, after consistently being overlooked by the selection panel headed then by former West Indies captain Clive Lloyd.

The now 42-year-old Guyanese known for his unorthodox stance has since been hailed for his invaluable contribution to the game globally, having scored over 20,000 runs in international cricket during his decorated career.

A left-handed batsman, Chanderpaul was one of a few West Indian players that possessed the ability to hold the crease for lengthy periods.

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