The Trinbago Knight Riders have expedited Ashley medical caretaker to supplant
the Bangladesh spinner Mehedi Hasan for the rest of the Caribbean Premier League 2017. Mehedi Hasan, who has named in the principal Test squad for the up and
coming two-coordinate arrangement at home against Australia, would not be accessible for the rest of the season for the table-toppers.
Medical attendant, Barbados-conceived offspinner, has played 18 ODIs and four T20Is for the Windies and
carried out his specialty for Barbados Tridents in past versions of the CPL.
Doing the change to the new establishment, Nurse would be accessible for determination in Knight Riders’
next amusement against St Kitts and Nevis Patriots, slated for Wednesday (August 21).
Talking about Nurse’s choice for whatever left of the competition, Simon Katich, the Knight Riders’
head mentor, stated: “Ashley gives us another turn choice. He has been playing some association cricket
in England, so he comes crisp to us from that point.
“Dwayne Bravo was extremely quick to get into the squad given that we have still got some
defining moments coming up against St Kitts and Nevis Patriots, Jamaica Tallawahs and Barbados Tridents. He will have a major part to play giving us another turn alternative.”
Tridents, in the interim, have included Tion Webster in their squad, set up of Raymon Reifer who is right
now in England for Windies’ Test visit.
Discussing Webster’s determination for whatever remains of the competition, Robin Singh, mentor of the Tridents, stated: “While it is tragic that we lost the administrations of Raymon during the current year’s occasion we are pleased to see him getting a place in the West Indies squad for the renowned voyage through England.
“We anticipate inviting Tion to the Tridents family and we are certain he will be a win for our group and in his future vocation.”