Rovman Powell is the new white-ball captain for Cricket West Indies following a major restructure.

Rovman Powell is the new white-ball captain for Cricket West Indies following a major restructure. After beating the reigning champions Trinidad and Tobago Red Force on Saturday. Rovman Powell guided the Jamaica Scorpions to their first one-day championship in 11 years.

Cricket in the West Indies is looking for a new beginning. After failing to go past the Super 12 stage of the T20 World Cup in Australia. It’s likely that the white ball team will see a significant change. Nicholas Pooran will be displace as captain, according to local media, by the destructive middle order batsman Rovman Powell.

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Cricket West Indies is unsatisfied with Pooran’s strategic leadership

After humiliating losses to Scotland and Ireland in the just finished T20 World Cup. The Caribbean team was also unable to progress past the Group Stage. Because of his insufficient leadership capabilities. Nicholas Pooran’s Men in Maroon team has battle ever since he was name the white ball skipper earlier this year. Following the team’s humiliating defeat from the ICC tournament, West Indies head coach Phil Simmons also declared his resignation.

Cricket West Indies is unsatisfy with Pooran’s strategic leadership, and the middle order veteran is consider a possible replacement for the southpaw. The board is considering possible head coach candidates as well, and a decision is expect in the coming days.

Jamaica Scorpions’ triumph against Trinidad and Tobago in the Super50 Cup on Saturday Red Force, the current champions, significantly improved Rovman Powell’s résumé. The team had gone eleven years without capturing a regional one day title. Powell’s squad completed an incredible turnaround in the competition after losing two of their first three group games.

“It’s not just today (Saturday) but throughout the entire competition, the bowlers bailed us out of a lot of trouble throughout … and a lot of credit has to be given to them. It’s also good to see the batters stand up. Once Jamaica’s batters stand up and score runs, they normally do well in past competitions. The team normally does well in past competitions because there’s always been consistent bowling (so) a lot of credit has to be given to my bowling unit,”

Powell said.

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