Sports News Updates : After taking five wickets in his first match in Adelaide, Joseph went on to take 7-68 in Brisbane, when the West Indies won their first test match in Australia since 1997.

The cricket board has advanced the 24-year-old from his current franchise contract to an international retainer contract when he returned to Guyana to a hero’s welcome.

CWI Director Enoch Lewis said in a statement on Thursday, “Shamar Joseph extraordinary talent and steadfast dedication serve as the cornerstone of our team’s recent triumph at the Gabba, and such promise merits its due recognition.”

“Shamar has not just been rewarded with a retained contract, he has earned it.”

Chemar Holder, a fast bowler from Barbados, 25, was also awarded a franchise contract by CWI.

Director of cricket Miles Bascombe stated, “As we double down on securing the best fast-bowling talent available, we have also offered Chemar Holder a franchise contract.”

“We are excited to see both men continue to excel.”


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