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Barath in ‘high performance’ training


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ROOKIE West Indies opener Adrian Barath has joined the 15 players attending the Sagicor West Indies Cricket Board High Performance Centre at the 3Ws Oval at the Cave Hill Campus of the University of the West Indies on a temporary basis. Barath is not officially part of the programme, which is now in its fourth week, but was specially flown in from his native Trinidad and Tobago in order to get fully fit and receive as much batting practice as possible should he selected for the third Test against South Africa starting at Kensington Oval on Saturday. The centre is geared towards refining the skills and charting the way forward for 15 of the most promising young cricketers in the region.  The players are being coached by Toby Radford, who was a national coach with the England and Wales Cricket Board and head coach at Middlesex when they won the English Twenty20 Tournament. (LK)


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