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May 31, 2012
The one year programme, which starts on June 1, will aim to develop 16 young players mentally, physically and technically, to deal with the demands of international cricket. Seven of those players selected have represented West Indies in the Under-19 category.
During their stint the players will be coached by former Middlesex county academy director, Graeme West, who has been appointed as the new head coach. Andre Coley, the former Jamiaca wicketkeeper, who has been with the SHPC since its inauguration in 2010 will be the assistant coach.
In 2011, a team from SHPC in West Indies' domestic one day tournament, where they lost in the semi-finals to Jamaica.
This is the second squad of players picked for training at the SHPC. The first group had several players who went on to represent West Indies, including Kieran Powell, Shannon Gabriel and Devon Thomas.
The squad: Marlon Barclay (Trinidad & Tobago), Jermaine Blackwood (Jamaica), Carlos Brathwaite (Barbados), Yannic Cariah (Trinidad & Tobago), Johnson Charles (St Lucia), Sheldon Cotterell (Jamaica), Miguel Cummins (Barbados), Jason Dawes (Jamaica), Andre Fletcher (Grenada), Dawnley Grant (St Vincent), Trevon Griffith (Guyana), Kyle Hope (Barbados), Jahmar Hamilton (Anguilla), Keddy Lesporis (St Lucia), Kjorn Ottley (Trinidad & Tobago), Jomel Warrican (Barbados)
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