Jason Holder, West Indies captain in Test and ODIs, has packed away the West Indies Test Player of the Year grant at the seventh CWI/WIPA Awards 2019. Under Jason Holder’s captaincy in 2018, West Indies drew the three-coordinate home Test arrangement against Sri Lanka 1-1 and later crushed Bangladesh in the two-coordinate Test arrangement 2-0. During the said period, the star all-rounder likewise scored 405 runs and got 21 wickets in ODIs. He will presently be driving the side in the two-coordinate Test arrangement against India starting Thursday.
At the yearly CWI Award function which occurred on Monday, Shai Hope was named West Indies’ ODI Player of the Year. The right-gave batsman scored 875 keeps running at 67.30 in 2018, including three centuries and three half-hundreds of years.
Keemo Paul won West Indies’ T20I Player of the Year grant. Paul, who made his presentation a year ago, got 17 wickets and scored 124 keeps running in 13 matches for the West Indies.
Oshane Thomas was named as the West Indies Emerging Player of the Year while Rahkeem Cornwall, who is in line to make his Test debut against India this week, was decreed West Indies Championship Player of the Year. Andre Russell sacked the Caribbean T20 player grant.
In ladies’ cricket, enormous hitting all-rounder Deandra Dottin cleared the best three honors – West Indies Women Player of the Year, West Indies Women’s ODI Player of the Year and the T20 Player of the Year..