A big congratulations to the Guyana cricketer Romario shephard who today recently announed his retirement due to

¬smashed the first ball for a boundary at extra cover to hit his half-century. ¬went full on the next delivery, and the English opener connected it straight down the ground for a maximum. The third ball was a bit short and Salt easily ramped it over the keeper’s head for a boundary. The Windies bowler started feeling pressure and bowled the next one in the slot and got smacked over long-off for a biggie.

The runs kept coming for Salt, and he managed to hit another six on the fifth ball over deep backward square leg. Shepherd already looked down and out as Salt finished his over with a boundary to make it 30 off the over.

“My role here is as a consultant coach and [will be about] how I put across my experience, not just playing in World Cups but playing in the Caribbean and the things that we should be looking at to make sure we do it right in the Caribbean and especially the venues that we play at.
“As a player internationally, for fourteen years and then as an international coach for eighteen years, it’s been a long time in the game. It’s always brilliant to come home, always brilliant to come back to
They have been drawn in Group C of the World Cup itself. They will face co-hosts West Indies in their opening match in Guyana on June 2, then play Uganda four days later at the same venue. They will then travel back to Trinidad to face Afghanistan on June 14 and New Zealand on June 17.
Simmons said: “Their energy is unbelievable: their warm-up alone yesterday got me tired. The guys look like they have settled in really well‚Ķ I’ve known the head coach for a long time and he’s always energetic. There is always a lot of energy, but the players seem to be pushing him where that is not so, and I like that atmosphere in the team.”

any part of the West Indies. You know how beautiful it is here. I’m looking forward to getting home, which is Trinidad.”

PNG arrived in St Kitts at the end of last week after a four-day journey from Port Moresby. They are due to train and play various unofficial warm-up matches over the coming days before facing Oman and Namibia in official warm-up fixtures in Trinidad and Tobago next week.