The frustrated and baffled wicket keeper of West Indies team, Denesh Ramdin is all set to join Trinbago Knight Riders team replacing the Right arm pacer Javon Searles. Javon Searles has been forced to leave the tournament mid-way due to a shoulder injury. Searles appeared in the clash between T&T and Tallawahs where he conceded 35 runs in 2 overs he bowled. Now he has been ruled out due to an injury and Ramdin will replace him.
The opportunity has come at the right time for Ramdin as he can show the new selector that he still strives to play for the country and has what it takes to represent the nation. Recently Ramdin was in the news when he openly poured out his anger on the newly elected Chairman of the selection committee Courtney Browne. He even referred Browne as shameless and now its Ramdin chance to show that why he deserves to be in the squad.
Ramdin who have played 147 T20 matches till now was earlier supposed to replace Fidel Edwards in the St Lucia Zouks squad but an injury to him in the final of the Tri-series delayed his stint. Now Ramdin is all set and fit to join the T20 carnival and all will be waiting to see that whether Ramdin will be able to show his aggression on the field or not. A failure can raise many questions and for which he will have no answer.
Currently, the Trinbago Knight Riders are placed at the fifth position in the points table. In four matches they have played till now, they have won just one contest and have lost three of them. They are scheduled to play Guyana Amazon Warriors later in the day.
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