Thursday, April 18, 2024

Coach keeping faith in youth

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There’s no need to panic. No need to fuss.
The screws are not loosening in the Barbados camp. Not just yet.
Despite suffering an embarrassing innings and 66-run defeat to Guyana in their WICB Regional Four-day Competition fifth-round encounter, the assurance has come that the home side will rebound in their upcoming match against the Leeward Islands.
In an interview shortly after they had been dismissed for 58, their sixth lowest total in first-class cricket, on Monday at Kensington Oval, batting coach of the Barbados team Emmerson Trotman told the media that there was no need for people to start panicking after one woeful performance.
 
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