Cricket West Indies (CWI) has confirmed in a media release that bowling coach Roddy Estwick has been moved from his post. It was first reported by the Trinidad Guardian on Tuesday.
The release read, "Cricket West Indies (CWI) Director of Cricket, Jimmy Adams today confirmed that Roddy Estwick will not be travelling with the WINDIES Team to the ICC World Cup Qualifiers in March."
Instead, Estwick will now work with the Windies A team that is preparing for a series against the England Lions at home.
The visitors are already in the Caribbean ahead of three four-day matches and three one-day matches.
Adams went on to say, “We have decided that Roddy Estwick, will join the WINDIES A coaching team for the 6-week tour against the England Lions. Roddy is a highly regarded technical coach working within Cricket West Indies and his experience will be invaluable to our A team as they compete against a strong England Lions side over the next few weeks in Jamaica and Antigua.”
More changes are thought to be coming with the Guardian reporting on Wednesday that former West Indies spinner Rawl Lewis is replacing Joel Garner as team manager.