West Indies rising star wicketkeeper-batsman Joshua Da Silva is happy to be given another opportunity to showcase his skills at the international level.
Da Silva said in a press report that he is looking forward to learning and performing.
“I’m looking forward to learning a lot like what I did on the tour of England earlier this year. It’s really good to be playing red-ball cricket again and being back with the West Indies team,” he said.
“I played in Auckland and Queenstown … the pitches were always nice and good for batting, so I’m really looking ahead to getting out there and performing.”
The 22-year-old was last selected as part of the team’s tour to England this past summer after a solid performance in the regional four-day competition.
However, Da Silva did not feature for the first-team squad but made a good impression in the warm-up games, leading some to call for the player’s inclusion in the first team. The player scored 133 not out in the first and 56 not out in the final practice match on the English tour.
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