West Non mainstream players have been managed a blow in front of the subsequent Test beginning on Friday at Bowl Hold in Wellington with pacer Kemar Bug and ‘attendant batsman Shane Dowrich being inaccessible for the second Test against New Zealand. The pair will get back – Cockroach because of the demise of his dad and Dowrich for individual reasons – the Cricket West Independents choice board declared on Tuesday (December 8).
The 22-year-old wicket-attendant batsman, Joshua DaSilva, is set to make his introduction, in the wake of being named Dowrich’s substitution, while left-arm quick bowler Preston McSween will stay with the crew as cover. Dowrich endured a hand injury in the main Test and didn’t bat in one or the other innings, while Cockroach returned 3-114 in the primary Test.
Shimron Hetmyer is still under “blackout conventions” after a hit to his head in the second T20I, while Keemo Paul is “being treated for a crotch injury”.
“They are both being firmly checked by the group’s clinical staff and choices on their accessibility will be made sometime in the not too distant future,” the delivery expressed.
West Independents trail the two-coordinate arrangement 0-1 after New Zealand completely beat them by an innings and 134 runs in the principal Test.
Crew for second Test: Jason Holder (c), Roston Pursue, Jermaine Blackwood, Kraigg Brathwaite, Darren Bravo, Shamarh Creeks, John Campbell, Rahkeem Cornwall, Joshua DaSilva, Shannon Gabriel, Shimron Hetmyer, Chemar Holder, Alzarri Joseph, Keemo Paul.