The West Indian players, who are famous for their raw power and ball-striking ability, have entertained many cricket fans. Though batting might be their fortress of strength, they also have great athletic abilities, which we can see every now and then when they come on to the field. The Caribbean has given some of the world's best fielders and, in the following article, we will name some of the West Indies' fielders who have taken the most catches in T20 internationals.

1. Dwayne Bravo

Dwayne Bravo, one of the West Indies’ best all-rounders and an in-and-out entertainer of the game, is the first one to come up on our list. Bravo was a right-handed batter and bowled right-arm medium. He was also a brilliant fielder and one of the most athletic fielders around. In 91 T20 internationals, he took 44 catches.

2. Kieron Pollard

Kieron Pollard, a former West Indies captain and one of the world’s most powerful hitters, is next on the list. Pollard played his first T20 international in 2008 against Australia at Bridgetown. He was one of the best fielders in world cricket and showed his brilliant fielding skills on multiple occasions. Until 2022, he played in 101 T20Is and took 42 catches in 97 innings.

3. Lendl Simmons

Lendl Simmons was a right-handed top-order batter from Port of Spain, Trinidad, and used to bowl some part-time medium fast as well. Lendl made his T20 international debut in 2007 against England at The Oval and was part of the T20I team until 2021. He played in 68 matches and took 34 catches in 67 innings.

4. Darren Sammy

Next on the list is Darren Sammy, West Indies’ T20 world cup winning captain and a great servant of West Indies cricket. Sammy played his first T20 international in 2007 against England at The Oval. He played for West Indies in T20Is until 2017, in a total of 66 matches. In 66 innings, he took 30 catches.

5. Jason Holder

Jason Holder, the six-foot seven-inch-tall fast bowling all-rounder from Barbados, is next to feature on our list. In 2014, he was first seen playing for the West Indies against New Zealand at Wellington. Until 2022, he played in 49 T20 internationals, taking 23 catches in 46 innings.

6. Rovman Powell

Rovman Powell, the big-hitting right-handed middle-order batter for the West Indies from Jamaica, is the next to show up on the list. Powell began his T20 international career in 2017 when he played his first match against Pakistan at Bridgetown. He has played in 55 T20 internationals so far and has taken 23 catches in 54 innings.

7. Fabian Allen

Fabian Allen is a slow left-arm orthodox bowler and a right-handed batter from Kingston, Jamaica. Allen played his first T20 international in 2018 against India at Kolkata. He is currently one of the best fielders in the West Indies team and is electric on the field. Until now, he has featured in 34 T20 internationals and has taken 22 catches in 33 innings.

8. Chris Gayle

Perhaps the name, Christopher Henry Gayle, says it all. Gayle was one of the cleanest and hardest hitters of the cricket ball and an entertainer in all senses. He was first seen in T20 internationals in 2006 against New Zealand in Auckland and then ruled the format before retiring in 2021. He played in 79 matches and took 20 catches in 76 innings.

9. Carlos Brathwaite

Carlos Brathwaite, the right-arm fast medium bowler and a right-handed powerful hitter from Barbados, is the next to feature on our list. Carlos played his first T20 international in 2011 against Bangladesh at Mirpur. He played in 41 matches and took 19 catches. In 2019, he played his last match against India at Providence.

10. Shimron Hetmyer

Shimron Hetmyer, the left-handed top-order batter from Guyana, is our next player to feature on the list. In 2018, Shimron made his T20 international debut against New Zealand at Mount Maunganui. Until 2022, he has played in 50 T20 internationals and has taken 18 catches in 47 innings.