Nyeem Young, Jayden Seales earn CPL contracts after U-19 World Cup showings

Jayden Seales and Nyeem Young have signed CPL deals with Trinbago Knight Riders and Babardos Tridents respectively following impressive campaigns in the U-19 World Cup.

Seales and Young were among 20 players in a pool of ’emerging’ cricketers named by CWI at the start of March, and have both been signed by their native teams.

Kimani Melius, another member of the West Indies squad at that competition, has signed for St Lucia Zouks, while Kevin Sinclair has joined Guyana Amazon Warriors. St Kitts and Nevis Patriots and Trinbago each opted to retain one of their emerging players from last season: Dominic Drakes and Amir Jangoo respectively.

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