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HEADLINE: Evin Lewis: The Grey In-between 2020-01-31 08:54:53 

Ljupka Cvetanova — “Things are always either black or white. The grey in-between is only a confusion.”


The cricketing nation as called the ‘West Indies’, in their history, has had many a problem. Lengthy as that list of problems might be, you’ll never find a place for ‘talent’ thereon. And while we could argue the indexical nature of one’s temperament in regards to one’s talent, let’s forgo that for one moment and see Evin Lewis. Not look at, but see—Trinidadian, left-hander, opener, aggressor—Evin Lewis.

Evin Lewis made his debut for the West Indies in March of 2016, during that year’s ICC World Twenty20, featuring in WINDIES’ solitary loss in the tournament, against Afghanistan in Nagpur. Having gone on to represent the region an additional eighty-two (82) times, in thirty-one (31) T20 Internationals (T20I) and fifty-one (51) One-Day Internationals (ODI), it is safe to say that the left-hander has made himself a permanent fixture in the West Indies limited overs side.

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