Trinidad and Tobago: Red Force National Senior Cricket Team competes for CWI Super50 Cup 50-Overs regional competition
Trinidad and Tobago: Red Force National Senior Cricket Team competes for CWI Super50 Cup 50-Overs regional competition || Picture Courtesy: Cricket360

Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago: Trinidad and Tobago’s Red Force National Senior Cricket Team will have an abundance of experience and youthful talent as it bowls off its preparation on Tuesday (July 4) for the CWI Super50 Cup 50-Overs regional competition, and the Regional 4-Day Tournament, according to Cricket360.

As per the update, included in the list of 50 players called to training by Head Coach David Furlonge are Trinidad and Tobago’s 15 Contracted Players, including last season’s captain Darren Bravo.

Other notable inclusions are West Indies white-ball player Yannic Cariah, now recuperating from a nose injury that he sustained at the current ICC World Cup Qualifying Tournament in Zimbabwe.

In addition, the rich pool of talent at Furlonge’s disposal also lists Khary Pierre and Anderson Phillip, who has recently featured in the West Indies line-up. Other experienced contracted players are Imran Khan, still regarded as one of the Caribbean’s best spinners, fast bowler Shannon Gabriel coming off a productive Test career, and promising young prospects Amir Jangoo, Jyd Goolie, and Brian Charles, who has been knocking on the door of regional selection.

Coach Furlonge, who took the Red Force to the Final of the Super50 Cup last year in Antigua, has signalled that he hopes to change the way preparation is undertaken for the 2024 Tournament. “Instead of the traditional team practice being the norm, we will focus on players in small groups, four days a week, working on skill work, physical fitness, and strength training,” said Furlonge.

He is also optimistic that the weather will be favourable and not negatively affect trial matches and on-field practice as it did last year. By August, he hopes to have the squad ready for a series of trial matches which he expects to produce performances to give the National Selectors much to think about.

Cricket360 further noted that he said the list comprises cricketers who caught the eye in the recent Premiership I and II competitions, comprising the League, 50-Overs, and T20 Tournament.

Furlonge, Trinidad and Tobago’s most successful club coach with Queen’s Park said there are several whose performances in the TTCB Under-23 tournament warranted their call-up, as well as several who have been featuring in the national set-up for the last two years.

While all called up for training are expected to show at the National Cricket Centre in Balmain, several have been exempted, including West Indies wicketkeeper Joshua Da Silva and fast bowler Jayden Seales. Both Red Force stars are participating in a CWI Camp between June 28 and July 9 and will be on call for the West Indies Test team until July 9 for the series against the touring India team.

Also, openers Jeremy Solozano and Keagan Simmons, along with Leonardo Julien, will be part of the CWI Development team, while two others, Kirstan Kallicharan, playing cricket in Canada, and Camillo Carimbocas, plying his trade in the United Kingdom, won’t be back until September.

Furlonge said the TTCB had set youth development at the top of its agenda with an eye on the future, and this is reflected with almost half of the players called up under the age of 25.

The group includes PowerGen’s Cephas Cooper and Shaaron Lewis, who are both contracted players; Jevon George of Caldrac; Shiva Sankar and Anderson Mahase of Central Sports; Rivaldo Ramlogan of Marchin Patriots; and Sion Hackett of Queen’s Park.


1 Terrance Hinds (Central Sports) Contracted Player
2 Imran Khan (Central Sports) Contracted Player
3 Kjorn Ottley (Central Sports) Contracted Player
4 Jason Mohammed (PowerGen) Contracted Player
5 Cephas Cooper U-25 (PowerGen) Contracted Player
6 Shaaran Lewis U-25 (PowerGen) Contracted Player)
7 Darren Bravo (QPCC) Contracted Player
8 Jyd Goolie (QPCC) Contracted Player
9 Tion Webster (QPCC) Contracted Player
10, Yannic Cariah (QPCC) Contracted Player
11 Khary Pierre (QPCC) Contracted Player
12 Bryan Charles (QPCC) Contracted Player
13 Anderson Phillip (QPCC) Contracted Player
14 Shannon Gabriel (QPCC) Contracted Player
15 Amir Jangoo (QPCC) Contracted Player
16 Jevon George (Caldrac) U-25
17 Kamil Pooran (Central Sports)
18 Mark Deyal (Central Sports)
19 Shiva Sankar (Central Sports) U-25 (Unavailable until Aug 31)
20 Anderson Mahase (Central Sports) U-25 (Unavailable until Aug. 31)
21 Vikash Mohan (Clarke Road)
22 Nicholas Sookdeosingh (Clarke Road)
23 Dejourn Charles (Clarke Road)
24 Kerwyn Sirju (Clarke Road)
25 Yannick Ottley (Clarke Road)
26 Samuel Roopnarine (Clarke Road)
27 Justyn Gangoo (Clarke Road) U-25
28 Shatrughan Rambaran (Comets)
29 Aamir Ali (Comets) U-25
30 Denzil Antoine (Comets) U-25
31 Nicholas Ali (Comets) U-25
32 Rivaldo Ramlogan (Marchin) U-25
33 Uthman Muhammad (PowerGen)
34 Justin Manick (PowerHen) U-25
35 Daniel Williams (PowerGen)
36 Navin Bidiasee (PowerGen) U-25
37 Ansil Bhaggan (PowerGen)
38 Damion Joachim PowerGen) U-25
39 Ryan Bandoo (PowerGen) U-25
40 Crystian Thurton (Presysal) U-25
41 Stepheon Ramdial (Preysal) U-25
42 Antonio Gomez (Preysal) U-25
43 Isaiah Rajah (QPCC)
44 Camillo Carimbocas (QPCC) Playing in the UK Until Sept 9
45 Kirstan Kallicharan (QPCC) U-25 Playing in Canada until Sept 30
46 Sion Hackett (QPCC) U-25
47 Mikkel Govia (QPCCP U-25
48 Sameer Ali (QPCC) U-25
49 Farrel Jugmohan (Victoria)
50 Jovan Ali (Victoria)


1 Joshua Da Silva (CWI Camp June 28-July 9; Test team until July 24)
2 Jayden Seales (CWI Camp June 28-July 9; Test team until July 24)
3 Jeremy Solozano (Drafted by Windward Volcanoes)
4 Keagan Simmons (CWI Development Team)
5 Leonardo Julien (CWI Development Team)
6 Joshua James (CWI Development)