Three Nevisians In Windies Under 19 Squad-One on Standby

The fifteen-man squad for the West Indies under 19 world cup campaign in early 2022, has been finalized.

The squad was released after another series of practice matches by the rising stars, held in Antigua, along with intense training sessions.

Three Nevisians were included in the recent tour to the UK, in Justin Amurdan, Carlon Bowens -Tuckett and Onaje Amory.

Jaden Carmichael just missed out on that tour, despite having commendable returns in the practice matches.

Now, three Nevisians have been included in the finalized squad, in Carlon Bowens- Tuckett; Onaje Amory and Jaden Carmichael, with Carmichael forcing his way into the squad, after compelling returns with both bat and ball, during the last outing in Antigua.

Surprisingly, Anderson Amurdan failed to make the final cut, despite scoring a half-century in the first practice match, during the last outing in Antigua.

He has been placed on standby.


Ackeem Auguste (Captain) – left-hand bat

Giovonte Depeiza (Vice Captain) – right-hand bat/left-arm spin

Onaje Amory – right-hand bat/right-arm off-spin

Teddy Bishop – right-hand bat

Carlon Bowen-Tuckett – right-hand bat/wicket-keeper

Jaden Carmichael – right-hand bat/left-arm spin

McKenny Clarke – right-hand bat/right-arm fast

Rivaldo Clarke – right-hand bat/wicket-keeper

Jordan Johnson – left-hand bat/right-arm leg-spin

Johann Layne – right-hand bat/right-arm fast

Anderson Mahase – left-hand bat/left-arm spin

Matthew Nandu – left-hand opening bat/right-arm leg-spin

Shaqkere Parris – right-hand opening bat

Shiva Sankar – right-hand bat/right-arm medium-fast

Isai Thorne – right-hand bat/right-arm fast


Anderson Amurdan – right-hand opening bat

Nathan Edward – left-hand bat/left-arm fast-medium

Andel Gordon – left-hand bat/left-arm medium-fast

Vasant Singh – right-hand bat/right-arm leg-spin

Kevin Wickham – right-hand bat/right-arm wrist-spin

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