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Trinidad and Tobago Cricket Association announced14-member squad

The Trinidad and Tobago Cricket Association has announced a 14-man squad for the limited overs tour of Barbados between 19-25 May. The tour consists of three T20 matches and two 50-over matches.

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Team will be led by Raines Boyce

The team will be led by Raines Boyce, which will also feature Karishma Ramharek. Ramharek played her part in guiding West Indies to the semi-finals of the 2022 World Cup in New Zealand. The team also includes Anna-Marie Perera, who has been training continuously with the West Indies team.

The tour has been organized keeping in mind the 2022 regional tournament in Guyana, so that the players can get enough time to practice in the tournament to be held in June this year.

Barbados is going to be a part of the Commonwealth Games from 28 July to 8 August. And this is going to be held in Birmingham, England.

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Head Coach Calvin Williams, in charge of the Trinidad and Tobago team.

Assisted by fellow assistant coach Davinder Singh. Marissa Aguilera, who led West Indies during her playing days, is the team’s technical director and Marjorie Thomas is the team’s manager, in addition, Angel Oatley is name the group’s coach for the tour.

Trinidad and Tobago Squad:

Raines Boyce (Captain), Steffi Sugrim, Anna-Marie Pereira, Brittany Cooper, Mikaela Jodhan, Shanelle Lord, Alison Mathews, Kamra Raguber, Rachel Vincent, Lee Ann Kirby, Karishma Ramharack, Kanesha Isaacs, Leandra Ramdin and Kirbina Alexander.

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Barbados Squad:

Kishia Knight (capt), Shakira Selman (vice-captain), Aaliyah Allen, Shanika Bruce, Asabi Callender, Shamilia Connell, Naijani Cumberbatch, Keila Elliott, Rihanna Gooding-Fort, Alison Gordon, Crystal Harewood, Chrisann Howell, Kishona Knight, Daisha Murphy

Travel program:

  • 19 May – T20 (Rubis Cricket Ground)
  • May 20 – 50 overs (Rubis Cricket Ground)
  • 22 May – T20 (KMV Oval)
  • May 23 – 50 overs (North Stars)
  • 25 May – T20 (Weymouth Cricket Ground)

Sarita Dey

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