Khary Pierre is a professional West Indian cricketer of a French origin born on 22 September 1991. He is a bowling all-rounder who bowls left-arm orthodox and can contribute lower down the order with his left-handed batting.
Pierre is one of the latest generations of cricketers who make their name by playing in the T20 leagues. He is one such by-product of T20 cricket who started through the domestic First Class and List A cricket not long ago.
He played for Trinidad and Tobago in the Regional Four Day Competition in 2016-17. He made his debut in the List A games a couple of months later.
He was then picked to play in the Caribbean Premier League and GT20 Canada, which earned him a national call-up.
Pierre made his T20I debut for West Indies on 4 November 2018 at Eden Gardens against India. Batting first, West Indies made just 109/8 in their 20 overs. Pierre came in at No. 10 and scored 9 runs off 5 balls including 2 boundaries. In the second innings, he picked up the wicket of Manish Pandey and returned with economical figures of 1/16 in his 4 overs. India chased down the target with 5 wickets in hand and 13 balls to spare.
He plays for Trinidad and Tobago in all First Class and List A games at the domestic level since 2016. He has been a part of the Trinbago Knight Riders in the Caribbean Premier League since the 2017 edition. Pierre played for Cricket West Indies B team in the inaugural edition of the Global T20 Canad tournament in 2018.