The Trinidad and Tobago Red Force are still waiting to see if opening batsman Jeremy Solozano will be available for the team’s next Digicel Regional 4-Day fixture against the Leeward Islands Hurricanes, starting Friday.

Solozano was unable to bat in either of his team’s innings in the Red Force’s 292-run defeat against the Barbados Pride, and team officials were still unsure yesterday of his status for the next game. Following the end of the Pride’s first innings on Saturday, Solozano was taken to hospital after complaining of feeling unwell, and doctors later advised that he take no further part in the game because of the undisclosed illness.

“We are still waiting on young Jeremy’s medical report to see what the issue is and if he gets the all-clear, a decision will be taken, and if not we will certainly have to make a change or two,” coach Gus Logie told the media.

Contacted yesterday, Trinidad and Tobago Cricket Board CEO Suruj Ragoonath said that Solozano had undergone “some further medical checks,” yesterday. He said a determination of the initial tests done were dependent on the tests that were conducted yesterday. And the Red Force also remain in the dark over the availability of another Red Force batsman, Darren Bravo…


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