Lewis plans to keep working hard

Lewis skippered the Windies U-19 to the Quarter-Finals of the U19 World Cup in 2014
Lewis skippered the Windies U-19 to the Quarter-Finals of the U19 World Cup in 2014

Lewis skippered the Windies U-19 to the Quarter-Finals of the U19 World Cup in 2014

 

Former West Indies U-19 Captain Ramaal Lewis says he will be eyeing to continue honing his skills to break into the West Indies senior team in the near future. Lewis who was a member of the Jamaica Tallawahs squad in the 2015 season of the Caribbean Premier League says this is the only way he can progress as a cricketer.

” I must say I am a little disappointed not to be part of the CPL this year. I enjoyed my experience last year, it was a wonderful feeling being in the same changing room with such brilliant players. But my plan now is to keep working in the nets on my batting and also I plan to work on my bowling so I can achieve my goal and break into the West Indies team very soon.”

The Westmoreland born cricket says he credits his role in the U-19 Cricket World Cup in 2014 to help him carry on in cricket.

” I was considering going to school to further my education at tertiary level but cricket is my love and I want to continue this and work hard to be a fantastic cricketer.”

 

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