IT HAS BEEN A BITTERSWEET six months for Jason Holder.
His match-saving innings last Friday at Sir Vivian Richards Stadium against England which marked his maiden Test century, capped a gamut of emotions that have been hard to explain.
Those feelings date back to October 2014 when the West Indies team walked off the tour of India to last Friday night when he communicated with Dwayne Bravo and Kieron Pollard after the West Indies’ drawn Test match.
His dream from the time he played cricket for the Barbados Under-15 team was to play and someday captain the West Indies, but Holder remembers the offer came at a time when the controversy in West Indies cricket was high.
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