Gayle is back in the squad for the new season after reportedly signing for Rand 1 million for the 2011-12 season but leaving with an injury and without playing a single match, a report said.

"I am really excited to have joined the Sunfoil Dolphins for their 2014 Ram Slam T20 campaign,” said Gayle.

“I feel there’s some unfinished business for me as I didn’t get to play for them back in 2012 due to injury."

The Jamaican cricketer is regarded as the most feared batsman in the T20 format, smashing more hundreds and sixes than any other batsman.

He becomes the second overseas professional to join Sunfoil Dolphins after Graham Onions of England.

“They’ve got a great list of players so hopefully we’ll be in contention at the business end of the tournament,” said Gayle.

“Am very much looking forward to working with Lance Klusener (head coach) and the rest of the guys”.


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