Ravi Rampaul returning home
 

WICB Media Release.

AUCKLAND, New Zealand – West Indies fast bowler Ravi Rampaul will miss the two Twenty20 Internationals against New Zealand on Saturday and Wednesday.

Rampaul flies home to Trinidad from Auckland on Sunday due to a thumb injury he sustained during a training session prior to the fourth One-day International last Saturday at Saxton Oval in Nelson.

“Ravi has sustained a fracture and we are looking to allow optimal healing rather than pushing an early return,” said West Indies physiotherapist C.J. Clark.

“He will return home to allow the fracture time to heal and will commence fitness training in preparation for the Regional Super50 Tournament, starting later this month in Trinidad.”

There will be no replacement for Rampaul in the West Indies T20I squad, which has now been reduced to 14.

Revised T20I Squad (with jersey numbers, surnames capitalized)

47. Dwayne BRAVO (Captain)

77. Samuel BADREE

36. Tino BEST

25. Johnson CHARLES

66. Narsingh DEONARINE

72. Andre FLETCHER

98. Jason HOLDER

33. Nikita MILLER

74. Sunil NARINE

23. Kieran POWELL

80. Denesh RAMDIN

12. Andre RUSSELL

54. Lendl SIMMONS

57. Chadwick WALTON

Team management unit

Ottis Gibson (Head Coach)

Richie Richardson (Team Operations Manager)

Andre Coley (Assistant Coach)

Stuart Williams (Assistant Coach)

C.J. Clark (Physiotherapist)

Hector Martinez Charles (Strength & Conditioning Coordinator)

Richard Berridge (Video & Statistical Analyst)

Virgil Browne (Massage Therapist)

Adriel “Woody” Richard (Media Relations Manager)

Results of matches

November

Wed 27 to Fri 29: New Zealand XI drew with West Indians – Bert Sutcliffe Oval, Lincoln

December

Tue 3 to Sat 7: 1st Test – Match drawn – University Oval, Dunedin

Wed 11 to Sun 15: 2nd Test – New Zealand won by an innings and 73 runs – Basin Reserve, Wellington

Thu 19 to Mon 23: 3rd Test – New Zealand won by nine wickets – Seddon Park, Hamilton

Thu 26: 1st One-day International – West Indies won by two wickets – Eden Park, Auckland

Sun 29: 2nd One-day International – No result – McLean Park, Napier

January

Wed 1: 3rd One-day International – New Zealand won by 159 runs – Queenstown Events Centre

Sat 4: 4th One-day International – New Zealand won by 58 runs (D/L Method) – Saxton Oval, Nelson

Wed 8: 5th One-day International – West Indies won by 203 runs – Seddon Park

Schedule of remaining matches

(All times below are local times; Eastern Caribbean minus 17 hours, Jamaica minus 18 hours)

January

Sat 11: 1st Twenty20 International – Eden Park (7 p.m.)

Wed 15: 2nd Twenty20 International – Westpac Stadium, Wellington (7 p.m.)

WICB Media Release.

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Fri, 01/10/2014 - 21:28