Evans, Beharry slam non selection of Hetmeyer for Amazon Warriors training camp

West Indies U19 opener Shimron Hetmyer says he is shocked over his non-selection for the upcoming Guyana Amazon Warriors training camp but indicated that he is still in good spirits and will continue to work hard at his game for the future.

“I’m a bit shocked that I wasn’t included as one of the four U19 players. I’m one of the more recognized youth players in Guyana and I just come back from U-19 World Cup,” said a puzzled Hetmyer.

Hetmeyer said that he had expected “Brandon” (Tagenarine Chanderpaul) to be a part of the team and was confident that he too would have gotten the opportunity. Hetmeyer’s remarks come in wake of this year’s Caribbean Premier League (2014) 20/20 tournament where the respective nations had the opportunity to select four U19 players to be a part of their country’s training camp. Guyana selected all-rounder Kemo Paul, Chanderpaul and pacers Daniel Basdeo and Kevin Paul.

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