West Indies all-rounder Jason Holder retains his all-format contract for 2021-22 season, only player to do

A total of 18 West Indian cricketers have been offered contracts with many incorporations and a couple of avoidances

West Indian all-rounder Jason Holder has become the only player to retain in all formats of the game. Cricket West Indies on Wednesday declared the yearly retainer contracts for the senior men’s squad for the 2021-22 season. A total of 18 players have been offered contracts with many incorporations and a couple of avoidances too with Jason Holder listed as the only player to retain in all formats across. He has so far played 45 tests and 115 one day internationals. Holder has just played 20 T20 international matches so far.

“I am happy for all the players who have been offered retainer contracts for the upcoming period. Especially pleasing was the number of players who were awarded first-time contracts in recognition of their performances during the period under review. I know that the eleven players who have lost their International retainers will be striving and fighting hard to get back into the teams and earn their central contracts back next year.”  Saiid Cricket West Indies Director, Jimmy Adams 

Nkrumah Bonner, Joshua Da Silva, Akeal Hosein and Kyle Mayers have been given their maiden Cricket West Indies contract. Eminently, Bonner and Mayers were responsible for the historic test series win for West Indies, in Bangladesh earlier this year.

Roston Chase has missed out on an all-design contract while any semblance of Shimron Hetmyer, Keemo Paul, Oshane Thomasa and Sheldon Cottrell have lost their white-ball contract. Shane Dowrich and Shamarh Brooks are not receiving their red-ball retaining contracts.

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