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Lewis to lead Windies U-19 at CWC

Sunday, January 19, 2014    

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ST JOHN'S, Antigua (CMC) — Jamaican all-rounder Ramaal Lewis will lead a 15-member West Indies team to the International Cricket Council (ICC) Under-19 Cricket World Cup in the United Arab Emirates.

Lewis will be assisted by Nicholas Pooran, the left-handed wicketkeeper batsman from Trinidad and Tobago, while Roddy Estwick has been assigned the head coach.

The regional players will have a one-week camp in Barbados, starting on Tuesday, before leaving for Dubai.

West Indies are placed alongside South Africa, Zimbabwe and Canada in Group C in the World Cup. Their opening preliminary match is against South Africa on February 14, followed by matches on February 16 against Zimbabwe and Canada on February 18.

FULL SQUAD — Ramaal Lewis (Jamaica) captain, Nicholas Pooran (T&T) vice-captain, Fabian Allen (Jamaica), Tagenarine Chanderpaul (Guyana), Bryan Charles (T&T), Tristan Coleman (Jamaica), Jonathan Drakes (Barbados), Shimron Hetmeyer (Guyana), Jerome Jones (Barbados), Ray Jordan (Windward Islands), Brandon King (Jamaica), Preston McSween (Windward Islands), Marquino Mindley (Jamaica), Gudakesh Motie (Guyana), and Jeremy Solozano (T&T).

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