Shamar Joseph, who broke Australia’s pride in Gabba, gets reward, West Indies Cricket Board makes big announcement

Shamar Joseph Westindies: The West Indies team had registered a historic victory over Australia in the recently concluded Brisbane Test. Young fast bowler Shamar Joseph became the hero of this victory of the Caribbean team. Despite the injury, Shamar Joseph bowled in the second innings of the Brisbane Test and ensured his team’s victory by guiding 7 Australian batsmen to the pavilion. Now the West Indies Cricket Board has given him the gift of this brilliant performance. The board has added Shamar Joseph to the list of players included in the central contract.

Shamar Joseph got place in the central contract

The West Indies Cricket Board has issued a press release giving information about the addition of Shamar Joseph to the central contract. The board said that ‘Cricket West Indies proudly announces the upgrade of Shamar Joseph from his current franchise contract to a CWI International Retainer contract. The board has taken this decision after Joseph’s excellent performance and important contribution in the recent historic victory against Australia in Brisbane. This marks West Indies’ first win over Australia since 1997.

West Indies Cricket Board Chairman Enoch Lewis expressed happiness over Shamar Joseph’s contract upgrade, saying, ‘Shamar Joseph’s extraordinary talent and dedication served as the foundation of our team’s victory at the Gabba. He deserves this contract. Shamar has not just been awarded a retainer contract. He has earned it.

Did wonders with the ball in Gaba

Let us tell you that in the second innings of West Indies in the Test held in Brisbane, Shamar Joseph got injured while batting on the ball of Mitchell Starc. Seeing his injury, everyone thought that he would not be able to bowl during Australia’s second innings. But Shamar came to bowl and sent 7 batsmen of Australian team to the pavilion and gave victory a historic victory at Gabba.

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