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WICB decisions from January 18 meeting

Gros Islet, St Lucia –The Board of Directors of the West Indies Cricket Board met in St Lucia at the weekend. Following are synopses of the more critical decisions taken and reports presented at the meeting. 

Jamaica replace Hyatt and Santokie

KINGSTON, Jamaica - Jamaica has included former youth players Zeniffe Fowler and Yannick Elliott in its 13-man squad for the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) Super50 tournament starting next month.

Lambert defends his Jamaica captaincy

KINGSTON, Jamaica - Jamaica’s skipper Tamar Lambert has defended his captaincy, the subject of debate here, after his side was knocked out at the penultimate stage of the Caribbean T20 tournament.

Jamaica failed to successfully defend a strong total of 183 after Gutsy Guyana rallied back to eliminate them from Saturday’s play-off.

GraceKennedy aids schoolboy cricket

 KINGSTON, JAMAICA - The GraceKennedy Financial Group has reinforced its commitment to schoolboy cricket for the new season through a $9.5-million sponsorship deal, making it clear that despite local economic uncertainties, the Group remains steadfast in nurturing the talents of the island's youngsters, and ensuring the rich legacy of the game is passed on.

As JA lose CT20, Lambert calls for lights

KINGSTON, JAMAICA - Jamaica cricket coach Junior Bennett believes that his squad could have won the Caribbean T20 competition in St Lucia based on all the work that had been done to get the team ready for the competition this year.

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