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WICB mum on Campbell’s status


Added 28 April 2015


Sherwin Campbell and West Indies Women’s captain Merissa Aguilleira. (FP)

THE WEST Indies Cricket Board (WICB) has remained tight-lipped on the future of West Indies Women’s head coach Sherwin Campbell.

Campbell, a former West Indies opener and vice-captain, last weekend confirmed that he was no longer a member of the management unit but did not elaborate.

Speaking to NATIONSPORT yesterday, WICB chief executive Michael Muirhead opted not to confirm Campbell’s departure saying that a “recommendation had been sent to the board” and they were awaiting word before commenting on the issue.

“We will disclose [that information] at the appropriate time,” Muirhead said via telephone. (CADEN MEDIA)

Please read the full story in today’s Daily Nation, or in the eNATION edition.


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