Dwayne Smith to captain WI A for T20s
 

St John’s, Antigua – West Indies all rounder Dwayne Smith will captain the West Indies A Twenty20 Team which will face Bangladesh A in two Digicel T20s at the Beausejour Cricket Ground in St Lucia.

The 28 year old who cracked a century on his Test debut against South Africa in 2004 has played in 10 Tests and 10 Twenty20 Internationals along with 77 One Day Internationals.

The 13 man squad includes just three players who have never played for the West Indies senior team. The trio is Trinidadian leg spinner Samuel Badree, Guyanese left arm spinner Veerasammy Permaul and Trinidadian batsman Jason Mohammed.

Mohammed was awarded the Player of the Tournament and the Richie Richardson Trophy for most outstanding batsman in the recently concluded Regional Super50 Tournament.

All the other ten members of the squad have played international cricket with Grenadian fast bowler Nelon Pascal and Smith being the two to have played Test matches.

West Indies Twenty20 specialists, Guyanese all rounder Christopher Barnwell and Jamaican left armer Krishmar Santokie are included in the squad.

St Lucian Garey Mathurin who had an impressive international debut for the West Indies against England joins Badree and Permaul as the three specialist spinners in the squad. Mathurin’s countryman, aggressive opener Johnson Charles will also get a chance to play in front his home crowd in Windies colours.

Barbadian all rounder Carlos Brathwaite, who is a member of the West Indies A Test squad also got the selector’s nod as did Vincentian opening batsman Miles Bascombe.

The two Digicel T20s will follow the Second Digicel ‘Test’. The two teams will then move to three Digicel One Day games in St Vincent. The West Indies A One Day squad will be announced at a later date.

West Indies A Twenty20 Squad

Dwayne Smith – Captain

Samuel Badree

Christopher Barnwell

Miles Bascombe

Nkrumah Bonner

Carlos Brathwaite

Johnson Charles

Jason Mohammed

Garey Mathurin

Nelon Pascal

Veerasammy Permaul

Krishmar Santokie

Devon Thomas

Team Management

Head Coach – Hendy Springer

Assistant Coach – Stuart Williams

Team Manager – Colin Borde

Physiotherapist – Dr. Jacqui King-Mowatt

Strength and Conditioning Coach – Shannon Lashley

West Indies A v Bangladesh A Tour Schedule (with match officials appointments) 

Nov 5 – 8 – 1st Digicel ‘Test’ – Sir Vivian Richards Cricket Grounds

Match Referee: Vanroy Burnes

Standing Umpires: Luther Kelly and Clancy Mack

Stand by Umpires: Bernard Joseph

 

Nov 12 – 15 – 2nd Digicel ‘Test’ – Beausejour Cricket Grounds

Match Referee: Patrick Felix

Standing Umpires: Clancy Mack and Nigel Duguid

Standby Umpire: Maurice Francis

 

Nov 18 – 1st Digicel T20– Beausejour Cricket Ground

Match Referee: Patrick Felix

Standing Umpires: Clancy Mack and Nigel Duguid

Standby Umpire: Maurice Francis

 

Nov 19 – 2nd Digicel T20 – Beausejour Cricket Ground

Match Referee: Patrick Felix

Standing Umpires: Clancy Mack and Nigel Duguid

Standby Umpire: Maurice Francis

 

Nov 23 – 1st Digicel One Day – Arnos Vale Cricket Ground

Match Referee: Selwyn Allen

Standing Umpires: Nigel Duguid and Vincent Bullen

Standby Umpire: Goaland Greaves

 

Nov 25 – 2nd Digicel One Day – Arnos Vale Cricket Ground

Match Referee: Selwyn Allen

Standing Umpires: Nigel Duguid and Vincent Bullen

Standby Umpire: Goaland Greaves

 

Nov 27 – 3rd One Day – Arnos Vale Cricket Ground

Match Referee: Selwyn Allen

Standing Umpires: Nigel Duguid and Vincent Bullen

Standby Umpire: Goaland Greaves

Date: 
Wed, 11/09/2011 - 14:21

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