Cariah, a leg-spinner, did enough during his debut to warrant a place in the squad for T&T’s next match and the 18-year-old all-rounder says his first goal now is to cement his place in the team.
Speaking to the Express yesterday, Cariah said: “It was always a dream for me and when it finally came through, it was a great feeling.”
“I had a good performance against the Windwards…taking the last wicket and helping T&T win the match was a great feeling,” he added.
“The team was behind me 100 per cent,” he said. “It was the big game and they gave me their full support and I am thankful for that. When we went for lunch we had a plan to bowl to Fletcher and we stuck to the plan and we were rewarded.”
“When I go out to bat I always want to score a hundred and when I bowl I always want to take five wickets. I always try to give 110 per cent,” he concluded…