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Walsh wants to see players moving

ST JOHN’S, Antigua – Former West Indies pacer Courtney Walsh believes that one solution to getting regional cricket back on track is to allow for the free movement of players.

The Jamaican, who spoke on Good Morning Jojo on Tuesday, said teams should be allowed to incorporate the services of players outside of the region during tournaments while countries should consider utilising players from other regional territories within their squads.

Bravo prefers Tests over IPL

Trinidad and Tobago’s star batsman, Darren Bravo, has professed his desire to play for the ‘Red Force’ and the West Indies team in forthcoming months, and is negotiating with his IPL franchise, Deccan Chargers, to facilitate these notions.

Bajans unchanged to face T&T

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, CMC – Barbados have a named an unchanged squad to face archrivals Trinidad and Tobago in their third round match of the Regional 4 Day Championship starting on Thursday.

Selectors have opted against making any changes after Barbados’ 120-run defeat to Jamaica inside three days last weekend at Sabina Park. The match was Barbados’ first in the competition after drawing a bye in the first round.

Ramdin expects "pace like fire"

PORT OF SPAIN - Trinidad and Tobago captain, Denesh Ramdin, is urging his team to thrust for a good start and to pin Barbados on the back-foot as soon as possible when both teams meet in Bridgetown this Thursday in the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) Regional 4Day tournament. This comes on the heels of the Bajans’ crushing loss to Jamaica by 120 runs in Barbados’ first outing in the tournament.

Rampaul out of Barbados clash

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, CMC – A shoulder injury has forced fast bowler Ravi Rampaul out of Trinidad and Tobago’s squad for their Regional Four-Day clash with Barbados starting Thursday in Bridgetown.

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