Ex-England cricketer Roland Butcher named WI selector


    Former England batsman Roland Butcher has been appointed as a selector for the West Indies men’s senior and youth panels.

    Butcher, born in Barbados, was the first Black cricketer to represent England in Test cricket when he debuted against West Indies in 1981.

    He played three Tests and three One-Day Internationals.

    In his first-class cricket he played 277 matches and scored over 12,000 runs.

    The West Indies men’s senior panel is led by Dr. Desmond Haynes and the Men’s youth panel is led by Robert Haynes.

    The third member of both panels is the respective Head Coach.