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West Indies “A” Make Three Changes Ahead Of First “Test” Against India “A”

ST. JOHN’S, Antigua – West Indies “A” have been forced to make a number of last-minute changes to their squad for the first “Test” against India “A”, starting on Wednesday at the Vivian Richards Cricket Ground.

 Opener Kraigg Brathwaite and wicketkeeper/batsman Shane Dowrich have sustained ankle injuries in the last few days and have been ordered to rest for the first “Test”.

In addition, John Campbell has been elevated to the senior West Indies squad to face the senior India side in the first two MyTeam11 Twenty20 Internationals, co-sponsored by Skoda, taking place on August 3 and 4 at the Broward County Stadium in Lauderhill, Florida.

As a result, the Leeward Islands Hurricanes’ pair of wicketkeeper/batsman Jahmar Hamilton and opener Montcin Hodge will replace Dowrich and Campbell respectively, and Trinidad & Tobago left-handed opener Jeremy Solozano will replace Brathwaite.

Solozano will also act as cover for Brathwaite for the second “Test”, starting the following Wednesday at the Queen’s Park Oval in his native Trinidad.

Shamarh Brooks will now captain West Indies “A” in the first “Test” and may also lead the team in the second “Test”, if Brathwaite is unable to play.



Shamarh Brooks (Captain)

Sunil Ambris

Jermaine Blackwood

Roston Chase

Rahkeem Cornwall

Miguel Cummins

Jahmar Hamilton

Montcin Hodge

Chemar Holder

Shermon Lewis

Raymon Reifer

Jeremy Solozano

Jomel Warrican


Team Management Unit

Esuan Crandon (Head Coach)

Andrew Richardson (Assistant Coach)

Andre Coley (Assistant Coach)

Neil Barry, Jr (Physiotherapist)

Gregory Seale (Strength & Conditioning Coach)

Avenesh Seetaram (Analyst)





Thu, Jul 11 1st One-day Match India “A” won by 65 runs Coolidge Cricket Ground, Antigua
Sun, Jul 14 2nd One-day Match India “A” won by 65 runs Vivian Richards Cricket Ground, Antigua
Tue, Jul 16 3rd One-day Match India “A” won by 148 runs Vivian Richards Cricket Ground
Fri, Jul 19 4th One-day Match West Indies “A” won by 5 runs Coolidge Cricket Ground
Sun, Jul 21 5th One-day Match India “A” won by 8 wickets Coolidge Cricket Ground



Wed, Jul 24 to Sat, Jul 27 1st “Test” Vivian Richards Cricket Ground 9:30 am daily
Wed, Jul 31 to Sat, Aug 3 2nd “Test” Queen’s Park Oval, Trinidad 9:30 am daily
Tue, Aug 6 to Fri, Aug 9 3rd “Test” Brian Lara Cricket Academy, Trinidad 9:30 am daily




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