Under-19 World Cup 2014 January 18, 2014

Ramaal Lewis to lead West Indies at U-19 World Cup

ESPNcricinfo staff

Off-spinning allrounder Ramaal Lewis will lead West Indies Under-19s at the World Cup in the UAE in February. He will be assisted by wicketkeeper-batsman Nicolas Pooran.

West Indies' 15-member squad will have a one-week preparatory camp in Barbados, at the Sagicor High Performance Centre, starting on Tuesday.

The team is placed in Group C at the World Cup, alongside South Africa, Zimbabwe and Canada. Their first game is on the opening day of the tournament, February 14, against South Africa in Dubai.

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  • on January 18, 2014, 16:27 GMT

    Young Chanderpaul is as you say Young. He is still learning and working @ his game. Even international players have weakness but they work on it. One can be the most correct player according to the books ( Carl Hooper) but if you do not score runs then you are out. Young Chanderpaul will get there . He needs the exposure. Give him a break. He did not get a chance because of his father. He worked for it and earned it.

  • Roysingh1972 on January 18, 2014, 16:03 GMT

    Young Chanderpaul could bat very well, he plays for Guyana also!

  • Orangetable on January 18, 2014, 13:34 GMT

    The younger Chanderpaul can barely get the ball of the square.Surely there must be better players in the carribean than sons of famous fathers.

  • on January 18, 2014, 16:27 GMT

    Young Chanderpaul is as you say Young. He is still learning and working @ his game. Even international players have weakness but they work on it. One can be the most correct player according to the books ( Carl Hooper) but if you do not score runs then you are out. Young Chanderpaul will get there . He needs the exposure. Give him a break. He did not get a chance because of his father. He worked for it and earned it.

  • Roysingh1972 on January 18, 2014, 16:03 GMT

    Young Chanderpaul could bat very well, he plays for Guyana also!

  • Orangetable on January 18, 2014, 13:34 GMT

    The younger Chanderpaul can barely get the ball of the square.Surely there must be better players in the carribean than sons of famous fathers.

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  • Orangetable on January 18, 2014, 13:34 GMT

    The younger Chanderpaul can barely get the ball of the square.Surely there must be better players in the carribean than sons of famous fathers.

  • Roysingh1972 on January 18, 2014, 16:03 GMT

    Young Chanderpaul could bat very well, he plays for Guyana also!

  • on January 18, 2014, 16:27 GMT

    Young Chanderpaul is as you say Young. He is still learning and working @ his game. Even international players have weakness but they work on it. One can be the most correct player according to the books ( Carl Hooper) but if you do not score runs then you are out. Young Chanderpaul will get there . He needs the exposure. Give him a break. He did not get a chance because of his father. He worked for it and earned it.