Changes to Leewards cricket team due to injuries

Omari Banks. Photo credit:

Allrounders Steve Liburd and Jason Campbell have been named to replace Runako Morton and Omari Banks on the Leeward Islands team for the West Indies Cricket Board’s Caribbean T20 Tournament.

Morton, the middle-order batsman, has an injured right shoulder. Banks, the off-spinning allrounder, has a right hamstring injury. The Leewards are in Zone A and lost their opening match against Jamaica on Thursday. Their next match is against Trinidad and Tobago on Saturday at 8 pm.

Leewards squad: Wilden Cornwall (captain), Jason Campbell, Steve Liburd, Jacques Taylor, Justin Athanaze, Kerry Mentore, Tonito Willett, Kelbert Walters, Shane Jeffers, Anthony Martin, Garvin Tonge, Lionel Baker, Kadeem Phillip, Javier Liburd.

Runako Morton. Photo credit:

Match schedule for Caribbean T20

Saturday, July 24 at Kensington Oval

Jamaica v Canada – 4pm

Trinidad and Tobago v Leeward Islands – 8 pm

Sunday, July 25 at Kensington Oval

Guyana v CCC – 2 pm

Barbados v Windward Islands – 6 pm

Wednesday, July 28 at Queen’s Park Oval

Leeward Islands v Canada – 4 pm

Trinidad and Tobago v Jamaica – 8 pm

Thursday, July 29 at Queen’s Park Oval

Guyana v Barbados – 4 pm

Windward Islands v CCC – 8pm

Friday, July 30 at Queen’s Park Oval

Semi-Final 1: Winner of Zone A v Second of Zone B – 4 pm

Semi-Final 2: Winner of Zone B v Second of Zone A – 8 pm

Saturday, July 31 at Queen’s Park Oval

Third place play-off – 4 pm

FINAL – 8 pm

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