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‘One role at a time’

‘One role at a time’
Nicholas Pooran swings into the leg-side during his 46 - WIPA picture

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West Indies assistant coach Roddy Estwick has urged new white-ball captain Nicholas Pooran to separate his leadership role from that of batsman, in order to ensure he has a clear focus in the upcoming One-Day International series against The Netherlands and Pakistan.

The 26-year-old was recently appointed to lead the squad following the abrupt retirement of fellow Trinidadian Kieron Pollard last month.

Pooran is also one of the white-ball unit’s leading batsmen, a role Estwick said he did not want compromised by the player’s leadership responsibilities.

“You have meetings, you have discussions about every [opposing] batsman, about their strengths and weaknesses and the captain will set fields accordingly. Then, it’s up to the player to go execute [the team plans],” said Estwick. (CMC)

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