The West Indies Cricket Board’s Selection Panel announced today the West Indies Cricket Board’s President’s XI 12-man squad to face England in a 50-over match captained by Jahmar Hamilton of Anguilla. The 26 year old wicketkeeper will captain the WICB President’s XI as they play against England on Monday, February 27 at
Keacy Carty, 18 year old , contributed his success in the U19 West Indies Cricket Team match against India to hard work and discipline. Although born in St Maarten, Keacy’s father, who also played the role of coach for some time, is a well known Anguillian musician who performs under the name of
Zharnel Hughes placed himself in the crosshairs of the speedometers of many unsuspecting viewers worldwide. He has accelerated steadily from Anguilla to Jamaica to London and now to Beijing. Running shoulder to shoulder with Usain Bolt is an any day feat as was evident in the London Diamond League recently. In his
Zharnel Hughes, who has recently joined Team GB, had his humble beginnings “ducking cricket balls” in Anguilla, much like Shara Proctor. He is now a fierce competitor on the world stage doing what he loves, the 200m. Zharnel recently placed 2nd against Usain Bolt, short from first by 0.03s, at the recent Diamond League
Hughes, 19, was born on the British overseas territory of Anguilla, but has held a British passport since birth. His training partner is Usain Bolt and he is already being compared with the Jamaican six-time Olympic champion. Hughes said he was “” and “” to represent Team GB.