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Wednesday, 18 May 2016 13:36

Kantasingh takes eighth 5-wicket haul

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PowerGen spinner, Kavesh Kantasingh continues to torment batmen in the Trinidad and Tobago Cricket Board Premiership Division I League tournament.

 

The left-arm spinner has taken 51 wickets this season which includes eight 5-wickets hauls to underline his status as one of the best bowlers in the country. With two rounds of cricket yet to be played Kantasingh is vying for the prestigious Best Bowler award in the league.

 

“I have been maturing as a cricketer the longer I continue to play cricket. My maturity is visible in my game where I have more control over the balls I bowl and the variations I use,” the 29-year-old explained.

 

This is the first full season of cricket Kantasingh is playing after returning to the University of the West Indies, St. Augustine for the last two years to finish his undergraduate degree in Engineering.

 

“If you look at the trend of spinners in First Class and International cricket you will notice they tend to get better from ages 29 to 34. You tend to understand the art of spin bowling the older you get because you mature as a player. I am now coming into my own and I have definitely not peaked as yet. Returning to play club cricket after representing the Red Force made it necessary that I dominated the league tournament. If you play First Class cricket you must be able to dominate club cricket to show that you are in the elite bracket of cricketers in the country,” the PowerGen player divulged.

 

The former Combined Campuses and Colleges player revealed that his ability to understand the game and decipher the weaknesses in batsmen has developed significantly on his return to cricket.

 

“I have become better at working out batsmen and understanding when to use different deliveries. Since I started playing I was always very analytical and my reading of the game has improved. Adapting to different situations and knowing how to bowl in different formats of the game has developed significantly over the past season,” said Kantasingh.

 

 

The former West Indies Under-15 player added, “For the past couple of months I have been working arduously on my game. My bowling is maturing and this has significantly increased my confidence. At this stage of my career I am very confident that I can dominate club and regional cricket once I am given the opportunity. Having a Red Force contract really changed my career because for the first time I was able to focus solely on cricket. Right now I am at a defining point in my career where my understanding of the game and confidence can really push me to the next level.”

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