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Jewel Andrew, the talented West Indies Under-19 wicket-keeper and batter, received a warm welcome from his family, friends, and members of the Antigua and Barbuda Cricket Association as he returned home on Tuesday.
The 17-year-old Antiguan, who recently participated in the under 19 World Cup, emerged as the leading West Indies batter with a remarkable 207 runs in just 4 innings at an impressive average of 69.00.
Andrew expressed his gratitude towards the entire country for supporting him throughout his journey. The young prodigy has undoubtedly made the nation proud with his exceptional performance on the field.
His remarkable skills and dedication to the game have earned him recognition and admiration from all corners.