St. Kitts and Nevis (Sports Page) – Cricketing pundits on Nevis are hoping that there will be more local inclusion in the Windies under 19 eleven, when they face off with Sri Lanka on Friday.
So far, the Windies have lost one game and won another, with the game on Friday being a crucial encounter, in helping to determine the quarter finalists in the tournament.
So far, Onaje Amory has made waves in the two matches played, with his tight spells of off spin bowling and his well-documented celebration styles, when he gets a wicket.
However, the pundits are hoping to see the inclusion of wicketkeeper/batsman, Carlon Bowen Tuckett and left arm spinner, Jayden Carmichael, in Friday’s fixture.
The thought process is that current wicketkeeper, Rivaldo Clarke can be maintained as a batsman, with Tuckett handling the gloves and strengthening the batting in the lower order.
Jayden Carmichael, uniting with Amory, can also present a serious headache to all opposing batsmen.