West Indies Test and One-Day International captain Jason Holder (right) with West Indies women’s captain Stafanie Taylor and Ian Bradshaw, who played a critical role in helping West Indies win the Champions Trophy in 2004. (Picture by Graham Belle.)
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Capturing the 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup could revive the spirit of the West Indies people and the game, says Jason Holder.
The West Indies Test and One-Day International (ODI) captain was speaking on Tuesday at Kensington Oval, one of the stops on the Nissan Trophy Tour, which showcases the grand prize in the build-up to next year’s 50-overs tournament.
“It would mean a lot, not only to us as players but also to the Caribbean people,” Holder said.
“Obviously, we have been plagued by a number of negative things in the light of West Indies cricket over the last couple years, so it would be something very positive,” he said. (RG)
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