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There’s another cricket controversy brewing in Barbados.
This time, it’s about a choice between representing the country, or the University of the West Indies.
Two of the country’s most enterprising players, Jonathan Carter and Carlos Brathwaite, have been selected to represent Barbados in the regional Super-50 tournament in Guyana next month, but prefer to play for the Combined Campuses and Colleges.
The Barbados Cricket Association is now contemplating having the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) mediate the matter between the two parties.
Here, Carter driving fluently through the off-side during one of the BCA’s trial matches last week.

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