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CRICKET: Blow for Red Force as Sarwan out of first class season

Published:Friday | November 21, 2014 | 2:50 PM
Ramnaresh Sarwan - File

Ramnaresh Sarwan has been ruled out of the WICB Professional Cricket League (PLC) after withdrawing from the Trinidad and Tobago Red Force squad.



The Trinidad and Tobago Cricket Board confirmed that the former West Indies right-hander had pulled out of the squad for personal reasons and would return to his native Guyana.



Sarwan, a veteran Test player, was picked up in the PCL draft as the only non-Trinidadian to represent Red Force.



However, he was not included in the first game against Barbados Pride last weekend which finished in draw.



Red Force are now taking on Leeward Islands at Warner Park, a game media report say Sarwan would have missed anyway due to injury.



The 34-year-old’s career has slipped into the doldrums in recent years.



He has not played a Test in three years and his recall to the one-day side last year was met with relative failure.



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