West Indies fast bowler Jerome Taylor has joined the St. Lucia Zouks squad for the remainder of the Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) campaign.
Taylor, 32, announced his retirement from Test cricket last week and he has been replaced by Miguel Cummins on the squad for the upcoming West Indies Test against India starting in Antigua.
However, he has informed the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) he will continue to play ODIs and T20 matches.
Taylor retired after representing the West Indies in 46 Tests. The Jamaican pacer has also played 85 One-Day Internationals and l0 T20 Internationals.
In his 61 career T20 matches to date Taylor has taken 74 wickets, with best bowling figures of five wickets for l0 runs.
He scored a Test 100, hitting 106 off 107 balls against New Zealand in Dunedin eight years ago.
Taylor has previously represented the Jamaica Tallawahs in the Hero CPL.