PM Rowley hopes two day cricket conference develops a proper guide for the game’s future

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PM Rowley hopes two day cricket conference develops a proper guide for the game’s future

Leave with a plan to move West Indies cricket forward at the end of the two day Caricom regional cricket conference; this is the hope of the Chairman of Caricom Prime Ministerial Sub-Committee, Dr Keith Rowley.

He is suggesting the model cover areas such as development of players at the youth stage, resources and getting continued involvement from sponsors.

He made the comment while delivering welcoming remarks at the Hyatt Regency in Port of Spain Thursday.

Dr Rowley admitted there are concerns about the decline and state of the game in the region and even from observers globally.

However, despite the challenges being faced Prime Minister Rowley is still remaining optimistic all is not lost for West Indies cricket and even put forward some suggestions of which pertained to contracts and the Caribbean Premiere T20 Cricket League.

He cited some of the factors which poses a threat to the game but admitted a revival can be triggered to turn this around and return it to the former brilliance it enjoyed in the past.