Pollard named West Indies captain for ODI, T20Is

Trinidad: Kieron Pollard was on Monday named skipper of the West Indies ODI and T20I workforce.

“Jason Holder was called by me yesterday morning and we spoke,” Cricket West Indies president Ricky Skerritt mentioned in a press release as quoted by ESPNCricinfo.

“He’s (Holder) a very important force and is still going to be our red-ball captain. Holder will now compete for a place in Pollard’s team and use this as an opportunity to become a better cricketer. Pollard is the right man at the right time to take our white-ball teams forward,” he mentioned on the press convention whereas sitting subsequent to Pollard.

“What impressed me the most about Pollard was his keenness and commitment to give back to the game.”

The choice was taken after the conclusion of a quarterly board assembly in Tobago, in response to the Cricinfo report.

West Indies will tackle Afghanistan in November in India the place they are going to play three T20Is and as many ODIs earlier than a one-off Check.

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