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CPL international stars hurting West Indies future?

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26 Aug 2018 15:53 #365120 by chairman
LOCAL cricket officials believe their should a be revision of rules in the Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) as permitting five international players to start in each team could hamper the development of young West Indies players.

In past tournaments, CPL teams were only allowed to field four players from outside the region in the starting XI. Other popular T20 leagues around the world adopt a similar format for the playing XI. In the Indian Premier League, four international players are allowed to start, and in the Big Bash League in Australia each team is only allowed two international players on match-day.

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26 Aug 2018 15:54 #365121 by chairman
Young West Indies players are spending a lot of time on the bench during the CPL with the number of experienced international players around. Hashim Amla (Barbados Tridents), Colin Munro (Trinbago Knight Riders), Brendon McCullum (Trinbago Knight Riders), Shaoib Malik (Guyana Amazon Warriors), David Miller (Jamaica Tallawahs), David Warner (St Lucia Stars), Steve Smith (Barbados Tridents), Mohammad Irfan (Barbados Tridents), Chris Lynn (Trinbago Knight Riders), Ross Taylor (Jamaica Tallawahs) and Mahmudullah (St Kitts and Nevis Patriots) are just some of the top international players in the 2018 CPL.

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