Kishore Shallow

Kishore Shallow

Cricket West Indies vice-president, Dr Kishore Shallow, believes the new administration headed by president Ricky Skerritt has made “tremendous progress” in its first seven months in charge, and has pointed to the new selection policy as proof of the robust work being undertaken.

Shallow and Skerritt toppled three-term incumbent Dave Cameron in CWI elections last March, and have since then embarked on sweeping changes in an effort to institute their Cricket First Plan which they campaigned on.

One of the major changes have come in the area of selection where separate selection panels for the men, women and youth teams have been constituted and Shallow said this, along with a new policy to guide the selection of those squads, was a reflection of the enterprise of the administration.

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