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Wilson appointed to ICC Int'l Panel

St John’s, Antigua – Trinidadian umpire Joel Wilson has been appointed by the International Cricket Council to the Emirates International Umpires Panel.

He joins fellow Trinidadian Peter Nero who was first appointed to the International Panel in 2010. Umpires on the International Panel stand in One Day Internationals around the world and are just below the ICC Elite Panel.

The only West Indian on the Elite Panel is Dominican Billy Doctrove.

Wilson said he is immensely pleased with the appointment.

Dwayne Bravo to captain Windies A

 

St John’s, Antigua – All rounder Dwayne Bravo has been appointed Captain of a powerful West Indies A Team to face Bangladesh A in the First Digicel Test.

The 12 man squad includes seven players with international experience. The squad also includes five players from the Sagicor High Performance Centre. 

West Indies A squad for First Digicel ‘Test’

Dwayne Bravo – Captain

Nkrumah Bonner

Carlos Brathwaite

Jonathan Carter

Rajendra Chandrika

Kyle Corbin

Shannon Gabriel

Nelon Pascal

WICB launches Event Mang't intership

St John’s, Antigua – The West Indies Cricket Board has launched an Event Management Internship Programme. The internship programme is aimed at building the event management capacity in the Caribbean by facilitating active partnership between the Event Management Unit of the WICB and West Indies cricket host venues (the various countries where international and regional cricket are hosted).

WICB advertises 3 positions

St John’s, Antigua — The West Indies Cricket Board is currently advertising for three positions.

The three positions are:

1. Corporate Secretary – based in Antigua

2. Manager – Cricket Development – based in Antigua

3. Head Coach – Sagicor High Performance Centre – based in Barbados

Current Corporate Secretary Mr. Stephen Camacho’s comes to an end this year.

Mr. Anthony Howard, Director of Cricket, has retired following his attaining the age of retirement. Mr. Howard resigned in August but his tenure was extended until November.

Over GY$1million goes to Guyana clubs

Georgetown, Guyana – Skeldon Cricket Club in Guyana is enjoying a bumper cash bonanza from the West Indies Cricket Board Super Club Assistance Programme.

The club is currently at the top of the money chart having pocketed GY$480,000 (US$2400) as a result of victories by the Jamaican team in addition to sixes hit and ‘bowled’ wickets by the Jamaican players.

Next on the list is McGill Cricket Club which has tallied GY$330,000. McGill’s partner team is Trinidad and Tobago.

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