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|Deonarine still grounded without UK visa|
|Wednesday, 09 May 2012 21:24|
KINGSTON, Jamaica CMC – West Indies were still sweating yesterday on the arrival of Narsingh Deonarine after the Guyanese left-hander remained stuck here in Jamaica, waiting on a travel visa for the United Kingdom.
While fellow countryman Assad Fudadin secured his visa and left for England on Tuesday evening, Deonarine remained in the Reggae Island, waiting on further clearance in order to travel.
No timeline has been given for the issuing of the visa and West Indies officials are unsure when Deonarine will be able to join the touring party.
It is now unlikely that Deonarine will arrive in England in time for the second and final tour-match, a four-day fixture against England Lions which bowls off today in Northampton, leaving him without a single match before the opening Test starting on May 17 at Lord’s.
Deonarine turned out for Kingston Cricket Club last weekend in the Senior Cup competition here, scoring a half-century and taking a 10-wicket match haul in a drawn match against Lucas and he was expected to be in line for Test selection after encouraging performances against Australia in the three-Test series last month.
|Last Updated on Wednesday, 09 May 2012 21:38|
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