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EZRA STUART, ezrastuart@nationnews.com

Added 15 April 2016


Richard Pybus (FP)

ANOTHER NO-BALL now awaits several of the stars from the triumphant West Indies’ World Twenty20 team.

It appears that recent success in India won’t sway the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) into relaxing their selection policy for representation in international matches.

The West Indies are due to host powerhouses Australia and South Africa in a tri-nation One-Day International series in June but players such as former captains Chris Gayle, Darren Sammy and Dwayne Bravo aren’t eligible for selection as well as exciting all-rounder Andre Russell and hard-hitting batsman Lendl Simmons.

“We got a selection policy and it stands. The selection policy is pretty straightforward,” WICB director of cricket Richard Pybus told WEEKENDSPORT in an interview yesterday. (EZS)

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