West Indies reward Shamar Joseph with international contract

Shamar Joseph

Shamar Joseph’s presentation in the second Test against Australia has been compensated by Cricket West Indies (CWI).

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CWI on Thursday, 1 February declared that Shamar Joseph has gotten an update from his ongoing Establishment agreement to a Global retainer contract.

The decision was made after Joseph worked a magical trick in the second innings of the second Test, when the Windies beat Australia by eight runs in Brisbane to win for the first time since 1997 in Australia.

“As exhilarated as we are, it is also dutiful to elevate Shamar Joseph to a CWI International retainer contract,” stated Enoch Lewis, CWI Director and Chair of the Cricket Development and Performance Committee. His phenomenal ability and relentless devotion act as the foundation of our group’s new victory at the Gabba, and such commitment justifies its expected acknowledgment. Shamar has earned his retained contract, not just been rewarded with it.

Shamar Joseph
Shamar Joseph

On the fourth day of the subsequent Test, Joseph’s support in the match was in serious uncertainty after a burning yorker from Mitchell Starc struck his toe in the third innings and constrained him to resign hurt.

Pursuing 216, Australia were cruising to triumph when the 24-year-old came in and conveyed a glimmering spell of 7/68 while bowling 12 overs on the run.

Joseph received high praise from Pat Cummins

Joseph received high praise from Pat Cummins, who described the youngster as a “superstar” after he won Player of the Match and Player of the Series awards.

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