ST. JOHN’S, Antigua – The West Indies Cricket Board announced a 14-member squad on Saturday for the second Test against England, starting on Tuesday at the Grenada National Stadium:
Denesh Ramdin (Captain)
Kraigg Brathwaite (Vice Captain)
Devendra Bishoo
Jermaine Blackwood
Carlos Brathwaite
Darren Bravo
Shiv Chanderpaul
Shannon Gabriel
Jason Holder
Shai Hope
Kemar Roach
Marlon Samuels
Devon Smith
Jerome Taylor

Team Management Unit
Phil Simmons (Head Coach)
Sir Richie Richardson (Manager)
Sir Curtly Ambrose (Bowling Consultant)
Stuart Williams (Assistant Coach)
Andre Coley (Assistant Coach)
C.J. Clark (Physiotherapist)
Hector Martinez Charles (Fitness Coordinator)
Richard Berridge (Video Analyst)
Fitzbert Alleyne (Massage Therapist)
Philip Spooner (Media Relations Manager)

Commenting, Head Coach Phil Simmons said he was pleased with the fightback on the final day of the first Test, which ended in a draw at Sir Vivian Richards Cricket Ground.

“We saw a really good display on the final day, which earned us a draw. It was a tough situation, but Jason Holder played really well to get his first Test century and we also saw a courageous effort from the captain (Denesh Ramdin) and Kemar Roach at the end. We had some good moments in the first match and as a team we will look to improve when we play the second Test. We believe we can win, and we will play to win. We know the areas where we need to improve and what is required to win.”