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HAYDN GILL

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SOME BARBADIAN cricketers who were part of the West Indies team that withdrew their services on a tour of India are seeking legal advice.

Worried by the possibility that their international careers could be curtailed, the players are scheduled to meet with a senior attorney today, the WEEKEND NATION has learnt.

Informed sources revealed that local boys Dwayne Smith, Sulieman Benn and Jason Holder want to have an audience with the lawyer to discuss the controversial decision by the team that led to the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) aborting the tour.

They, along with Kemar Roach, returned home yesterday, six days after the WICB announced the tour would be discontinued with three Tests, one
One-Day International and one Twenty20 International remaining.

It is understood that not the entire team was in support of the move to make themselves unavailable.

The decision was made following earlier threats in correspondence from West Indies One-Day International captain Dwayne Bravo on behalf of the 15-member squad.

 

 

Please read the full story in today’s WEEKEND NATION, or in the eNATION edition.

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