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West Indies name Under-19 squad to face Bangladesh
Published on September 11, 2013 Email To Friend    Print Version

ST JOHN’S, Antigua -- The West Indies Cricket Board has announced the West Indies Under-19 squad to face Bangladesh Under-19 in a seven match One-Day Series to be played in Guyana in October.

Leading run scorer in the recently concluded Regional Under-19 Tournament, Trinidadian Jeremy Solozano and chief wicket-taker Gudakesh Moti-Kanhai are the leading names in the 17-man squad. Also in the squad is Grenadian and Windward Island pacer Preston McSween who took the most wickets in the 50-Over version of the regional tournament.

The squad consists of six players from Jamaica who won the Regional Under-19 titles this year, claiming both the 3-Day and 50-Over trophies.

The regional junior side will take on the Bangladeshis at three venues – the Guyana National Stadium, Bourda and Everest.

Full West Indies Under-19 Squad

1. Fabian Allen (Jamaica)
2. Jofra Archer (Barbados)
3. Tagenarine Chanderpaul (Guyana)
4. Bryan Charles (Trinidad & Tobago)
5. Tristan Coleman (Jamaica)
6. Taryck Gabriel (Windward Islands, St Lucia)
7. Shimron Hetmyre (Guyana)
8. Jerome Jones (Barbados)
9. Ray Jordan (Windward Islands, St Vincent)
10. Alzarri Joseph (Leeward Islands, Antigua)
11. Brandon King (Jamaica)
12. Ramaal Lewis (Jamaica)
13. Leroy Lug (Jamaica)
14. Preston McSween (Windward Islands, Grenada)
15. Marquino Mindley (Jamaica)
16. Gudakesh Moti-Kanhai (Guyana)
17. Jeremy Solozano (Trinidad & Tobago)

Trinidad and Tobago wicketkeeper/batsman Nicholas Pooran was not considered for selection as he will be with the Trinidad and Tobago Red Force team participating in the Champions League. Should he become available following the Champions League he will join the West Indies Under-19 squad.

Full schedule

Sat, Oct 5 – Warm-up – Bangladesh U19 v Guyana U19 – Bourda (9am)
Mon, Oct 7 – Windies U19 v Bangladesh U19 – GNS (day/night – 1:30pm)
Wed, Oct 9 – Windies U19 v Bangladesh U19 – Bourda (9am)
Fri, Oct 11 – Windies U19 v Bangladesh U19 – GNS (day/night – 1:30pm)
Mon, Oct 14 – Windies U19 v Bangladesh U19 – Everest (9am)
Wed, Oct 16 – Windies U19 v Bangladesh U19 – GNS (day/night – 1:30pm)
Sat, Oct 19 – Windies U19 v Bangladesh U19 – Bourda (9am)
Mon, Oct 21 – Windies U19 v Bangladesh U19 – Everest (9am)
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