Reynard Leveridge, the highly touted six-foot-five-inch fast bowler who got selected in the touring Windies ‘A’ team to Sri Lanka without any national experience under his belt is back in Jamaica and has resumed training.
Leveridge pulled up in his brief appearance during the West Indies ‘A’ team’s three-match 4-day tour of Sri Lanka.
He only managed to bowl 23 deliveries on debut as he suffered a groin injury in the first game in Colombo.
The rookie bowler who recently celebrated his 26th birthday told the press that his short stint on tour was a learning experience for him and he will use it to advance his cricketing career.
“I had to adjust two days before the first match but I’ll try to adapt as fast as possible. It’s a learning process for me and I’ll use that experience to go further in my cricketing career,” said Leveridge in an interview.
Leveridge will now join up with the Jamaica Scorpion’s training squad as he looks to convince selectors ahead of the PCL.
Carol Maye, Readers Bureau, Fellow
Edited by Jesus Chan
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