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Rhonda Jones said: “It is not a pleasant situation that we find ourselves in because if we do not meet that obligation for 2021, we will have a compounded percentage to pay in 2022 and this actually increases the debt burden for Government to honour its obligations, the longer we protract on meeting that obligation,” External link

nowgrenada Wednesday, January 20, 2021 2:17:00 PM CET

Courtney Walsh said: “It’s very gratifying that the camp can take place during this challenging Covid-19 period, as the players are excited about getting down to work. We have a good mixture of youth and experience coming into the camp and I’m especially looking forward to working with some of the younger talent we have coming through” External link

spiceislander Tuesday, January 12, 2021 5:55:00 PM CET

Courtney Walsh added (about Ryan Austin): “also on the coaching side, we have Samantha Lynch joining us and she did her Level 3 coaching certification training at the same time as me, so I know her very well. This camp will be a good experience for her, and I expect her to quickly become an asset to the team. Also, we have Steve Liburd who went to England with the team last September, to help with the fielding, and Ryan Austin to focus on our spinners. I think we have a good blend of players and coaches and I’m looking forward to a great camp” External link

spiceislander Tuesday, January 12, 2021 5:55:00 PM CET

Roger Harper added: “The absence of several more experienced players has certainly provided an opportunity for the left-handed Kjorn Ottley who has had a good Super50 tournament last year. He will be very keen to make his mark. Tours of Bangladesh are never easy as they always play well in their own conditions. Although a number of the senior players are missing in both formats, I expect our teams to be very competitive. I expect our players to play with purpose, with passion, and with the desire to prove that they belong at this level” External link

spiceislander Tuesday, January 12, 2021 5:55:00 PM CET

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