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PORT OF SPAIN: Recently elected Trinidad and Tobago prime minister Keith Rowley believes West Indies cricket is being badly hampered by a lack of management, and says there was no adequate system in place to ensure the region produced a successful cricketing product.

Taking aim at the West Indies Cricket Board, Rowley said Windies players were often not sufficiently equipped by regional authorities to compete against the best on the international scene, reports CMC.

“The problem is that we have the board which had a certain colonial arrangement … the history of Alexander, Worrell and that era,” Rowley said.