Brian Lara, Mickey Arthur Half Of Panel To Evaluation West Indies’ T20 World Cup Efficiency | Cricket Information

Cricket West Indies (CWI) have fashioned an impartial group to conduct a complete assessment of West Indies’ efficiency on the T20 World Cup. Within the event, the two-time champions did not even qualify for the Tremendous 12 stage after stumbling to losses in opposition to Scotland and Eire. Within the impartial group, former West Indies captain Brian Lara and former Pakistan and Sri Lanka coach, Mickey Arthur have been named.

“CWI today announced that the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup Review Group will undertake a holistic assessment of all aspects of the team’s preparation and performance at the global tournament,” learn an official assertion.

The three members are: Brian Lara, the West Indies batting legend and present IPL T20 Head Coach; worldwide cricket coach, South African Mickey Arthur; and Justice Patrick Thompson Jr., a Excessive Court docket Decide on the Jap Caribbean Supreme Court docket; who will function Chair of the Group.

The West Indies group did not qualify for the Super12s part (second spherical) after shedding unexpectedly to lower-ranked groups, Scotland and Eire.

The losses precipitated nice disappointment and frustration amongst all West Indies cricket stakeholders. The Group B qualifier spherical was performed at Bellerive Oval in Tasmania the place the group achieved their solely victory over Zimbabwe, a group that certified forward of West Indies by defeating each Scotland and Eire.

The three-member panel will submit a Report back to the CWI Board of Administrators, with related perception and clear suggestions. Additionally it is meant that this assessment will set up a course of and template for future efficiency critiques.

In commenting on the appointments, CWI President Ricky Skerritt stated: “CWI is fortunate to have such a knowledgeable and totally independent panel agree to serve West Indies Cricket under challenging circumstances. I am especially grateful for their commitment to lend some of their valuable time to this important review project.”

“It is vital that players, coaches, administrators, and all of us who love West Indies cricket, recognize that creating a sustainable learning culture, throughout the organization, is a prerequisite for player growth and team improvement. Emotion-based and knee-jerk type decisions have failed CWI repeatedly in the past. I am confident that this independent World Cup review process will produce findings and learnings that should be of great benefit to our cricket system going forward,” he added. 

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