JAMAICAN all-rounder David Bernard Jnr has backed the three-time defending regional four-day champions to snare the inaugural Caribbean Twenty20 tournament to be held in Barbados and Trinidad & Tobago from July 22-31.

“Once we play to our potential, I don’t think there is any team to beat us in the region. We just need to play close to our best and we will be capable of beating anybody on any day. We have a strong team and a very confident bunch,” Bernard Jnr said…

Meanwhile, orthodox left-arm spinner Miller who in May suffered from a right-side strain during the South African tour of the West Indies, says he has fully recovered.

“It’s always difficult coming back from injury, but during the Jamaica’s preparation I regained some sort of confidence. I haven’t been feeling any pain, so I should think I’ve fully recovered, but I still have to take precaution because sometimes injuries do recur,” he said…

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“The big goal is for Jamaica to be in South Africa and all of us are looking forward to that opportunity to represent Jamaica and the Caribbean,” he said…

Stylish batsman Marlon Samuels echoed the significance of teamwork as being integral to a successful tournament for Jamaica.

“It’s just for us as a team to take the work (in training) and let it pay off in the matches. We haven’t been doing too well in Twenty20, but this time around we’ll want to go all the way… I also want to contribute to my team doing well. I’ve been playing a few games and I’m growing strength by strength,” he said.


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