Kingston, Jamaica — The Selection Panel of the West Indies Cricket Board have announced a squad of 19 players for a two-week training camp here, as the West Indies Under-19 side continues its preparation for the ICC Youth World Cup next year in Bangladesh.
The 19 players have been chosen following the Regional Under-19 Tournament which concluded three days ago here.
The camp will be staged until August 17th with training taking place at the Mona campus of the University of the West Indies and the Kensington Recreation Park nestled in the urban Jamaican community of Rollington Town.
The training sessions will be conducted under the guidance of West Indies High Performance coaches Graeme West and Vasbert Drakes.
The Selection Panel has also invited a number of Jamaica Under-19 players to be part of practice matches with the training squad.