The future of Trinidad and Tobago cricket is in good hands according to young wicketkeeper-batsman Joshua Da Silva.
Speaking to windiescricket.com, he says, “There is a good bunch of upcoming youngsters that can take over the reins from the older players.”
Da Silva himself had a promising season last year.
In the Super 50 Cup, he played nine matches in which he scored 303 runs at an average of 44.28.
Across his eight matches of the West Indies Championship 4-Day tournament, the 21-year-old scored 507 runs at an average of 50.7.
The right-hander, who turns 22 in just over a month, is eyeing a CPL contract and a spot on the West Indies ‘A’ team.
He says his goal is to show selectors that he “can perform over a consistent period of time.”