A thrusting Jamaican left-hander, Gayle earned himself a black mark on his first senior tour - to England in 2000 - where the new boys were felt to be insufficiently respectful of their elders.But a lack of respect, for opposition bowlers at least, has served Gayle well since then.Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders are warned that content on this page may contain images and references to deceased persons. Christopher was living in Orange with his wife Violet and their two young sons, when he enlisted in April 1916.GAGE, Christopher Henry Service no: 2158  Place of birth: Eugowra, 1887 Address: Orange Occupation: Rabbit grader Next of kin: Violet May Gage (nee Newton) (wife), 79 Dalton Street, Orange, later Kia Ora, Chappell Street, Bankstown Date of enlistment: 4 April 1916 Place of enlistment: Dubbo Age at enlistment: 28 Fate: Joined camp at Dubbo 4 April 1916. He spent two weeks at camp in Dubbo, before joining the 54th Battalion at Bathurst.Henry was rushed to the hospital Wednesday after being found on a residential road.Witnesses said the dispute began at a home about a half-mile away, and Henry jumped into the bed of the pickup truck as his fiancee was driving away from the residence.This is the only comedy night designed for single people. This is your chance to laugh with a lot of available people of the opposite sex.
Technique and footwork aren't his greatest assets, but most often he compensates with other skills.
Police say Cincinnati Bengals receiver Chris Henry suffered serious injuries Wednesday, Dec.
16, 2009 after falling out of the back of a pickup truck during a domestic dispute with his fiancee Tonga. Scheffel) allegedly during a domestic dispute with his fiancee.
No batsman has taken to the 20-over format like he has.
He showed early signs of his liking for that format by smashing the first century in Twenty20 internationals - a 57-ball 117 against South Africa in the World Twenty20 in 2007 - and when Twenty20 leagues mushroomed the world over and sought international stars, Gayle was the biggest beneficiary.
Joined 54th Depot Battalion at Bathurst 21 April 1916. Gage embarked from Sydney in August 1916, and arrived in England in October.
They were two eight known Aboriginal servicemen from the Orange area, and they were both killed in action.
Date of death: 26 September 1917 Buried: New Irish Farm British Cemetery, Belgium, Plot 34, Row E, Grave 13 Christopher Henry Gage and his brother Charles Alfred Gage were born in Eugowra to Christopher Henry Gage (Snr) and his wife Mary (nee Sloane).
He proceeded to France in December 1916, less than two weeks after his younger brother Charles was killed there.
2009 photo, Cincinnati Bengals receiver Chris Henry is pictured at Bengals training camp at Georgetown College in Georgetown, Ky.
with his girlfriend Loleini Tonga and their three children.