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Yannic Cariah, who played his last T20 in 2016, makes West Indies’ T20 World Cup squad for 2022

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Meet the wildcard pick Desmond Haynes has placed his faith in to help the spin attack in Australia

Cariah made his international debut only last month, in the first ODI against New Zealand at Bridgetown, in place of left-arm fingerspinner Gudakesh Motie, who was nursing a finger fracture at the time. He is yet to feature in a T20I and his last T20 was way back in 2016, when he was with Trinbago Knight Riders, though he has been a more consistent presence on the regional front since.

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