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Posted: Friday 12 November, 2021 at 4:41 PM

WI U19 squad to begin training, Chanderpaul is batting consultant

By: Staff Reporter, SKNVibes

    BASSETERRE, St. Kitts -- CRICKET West Indies has confirmed its final training squad ahead of the 2022 ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup slated to be played in the Caribbean between January and February.


    In addition, it has been confirmed that Shivnarine Chanderpaul will be part of the management set up of the team for the tournament.


    According to the CWI, the West Indies legend will join the West Indies Rising Stars U19s squad as the batting consultant for the upcoming High-Performance Camp in Antigua as part of the preparations for the tournament.


    Chanderpaul is the newest member of the coaching staff, headed by Head Coach Floyd Reifer, and will be part of this preparation period, which runs from November 15 to 28 at the Coolidge Cricket Ground in Antigua.


    Jimmy Adams, CWI’s Director of Cricket said: “We want to welcome Shivnarine Chanderpaul to the Rising Stars U19s group and we look forward to him working with our young players at this critical stage in their development pathway. Shiv has a tremendous amount of cricketing knowledge and know-how and he will be a great addition to the coaching staff. We already have another icon of the game in Sir Curtly Ambrose, who has been involved with the squad since the camp in August, as well as several other outstanding coaches.”


    The Selection Panel has named 28 players for this camp following the previous camp and trial matches held in August. This includes two newcomers who will be assessed by the coaches and selectors – Jaden Leacock, a right-arm fast-medium bowler and right-hand batter; and Kevin Wickham, a right-hand batter and right-arm wrist spinner.


    Robert Haynes, CWI’s Lead Selector for the West Indies Rising Stars U19s said: “Having had a month-long camp in Antigua in August followed by the 18-man West Indies Under-19 squad tour of England, I am looking forward to see the continued progress and improvements of the various players as well as to interact with them to understand their thinking and approach to the game.”


    Haynes added: “The two-week camp will include four practice matches along with continued skills and physical development, and it’s an opportunity for all players invited to stake a claim for selection for the series at home and the ICC Under19 Cricket World Cup.”




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