|Full name||Corey Dalanelo Collymore|
|Born||21 December 1977|
Boscobelle, Saint Peter, Barbados
|Test debut (cap 230)||3 April 1999 v Australia|
|Last Test||15 June 2007 v England|
|ODI debut (cap 96)||11 September 1999 v India|
|Last ODI||21 April 2007 v England|
|Domestic team information|
Source: ESPNcricinfo, 25 August 2017
He has not played any form of cricket since 2014.
In a side that so often chopped and changed he became one of their most experienced bowlers. His knowledge of putting the ball in the right place and his high work rate are qualities that have been highly sought after in the current West Indian team. He often shared the new ball with his childhood friend Fidel Edwards.
Since 1999 he was in and out of the team due to both form and injury. His main injury complaint has been stress fractures. At the end of the West Indies' tour of England in 2000 many had written him off as he again broke down.
A determined man, he came back strongly and was part of the West Indies' World Cup campaign in 2003. He was recalled to the Test team where they hosted the Sri Lankans. After five wickets in the first Test, his career defining innings would come in the second. He led the charge to a seven wicket victory with 7 for 57.
His mature approach and accuracy with the ball was shown during India's tour of the West Indies in 2006. Collymore would finish with an economy rate of 2.33, a class above the more erratic younger bowlers. The younger Collymore bowled around the 90 mph mark but due to a back injury he was forced to remodel his bowling action which reduced his pace.