Sherfane Rutherford is one of the next-gen West Indian players who made his mark in the 2018 Global T20 Canada. Despite losing the finals, Sherfane ended the tournament as the third leading run-scorer with 230 runs in eight innings at an outstanding SR of 173. His unbeaten 134 off 66 balls against Vancouver Knights, who had the likes of Tim Southee, Sheldon Cottrell, Fawad Ahmed, and Andre Russell in their team, was one of the finest knocks in the tournament.
Soon after, he became an instant hero for Guyana Amazon Warriors at CPL 2018, his debut season, scoring 171 runs at an average of nearly 35 and a SR of over 140. Unfortunately, that wasn't enough for his side to win the competition as they lost in the final to Trinbago Knight Riders.
Post the CPL, he was fast-tracked into the WI international set-up and made his T20I debut against India in 2018.
In the IPL, he played for the Delhi Capitals in the last season. Currently, he has been traded to Mumbai Indians in the IPL and a good CPL 2019 will not only ensure a place in the MI XI, but also a place in the WI side ahead of the twin World T20s over the next two years.