The availability of Trinidad and Tobago’s to most experienced and prolific Twenty20 players, Kieron Pollard and Dwayne Bravo, for the 2011 Champions League is still up in the air. Team manager Omar Khan stated in a Guardian report that neither of the two players has yet informed the Trinidad & Tobago cricket board on their availability. Chairman of selector, Dudnath Ramkessoon, revealed in the same Guardian report that ¬†the TTCB has been in contact with officials of the Champions League and are awaiting word on whether Pollard and Bravo will be allowed to take part. Both players missed the regional T20 tournament which T&T won.

Another leading news source in the twin island, the Trinidad Expresses, is reporting that Ramkesoon declined to comment on the availability of the two players when asked.

A T&T team will be selected in the coming days for a tri-nations T20 tournament involving Canada and Afghanistan in Canada. There are also plans for the team to participate in a regional 4-nation tournament with teams form Guyana, Jamaica & Barbados from August 18th to the 21st.

Related News

No Comment.

Add Your Comments: