Skipper Holder confident his team will adapt

Leading wicket-taker Ashley Nurse (left), pictured here celebrating with Roston Chase, will be a key player for Pride in the semi-finals

Captain Jason Holder says he does not foresee Barbados Pride experiencing any major issues with acclimatizing to new conditions in Antigua for their Regional Super50 semi-final against Leeward Islands Hurricanes today.

Barbados Pride, the tournament favourites, hosted Group B in Barbados where they won seven of their eight games to finish top on 33 points, five clear of the second-placed Jamaica Scorpions who also advanced to the final four.
Holder, the West Indies Test and one-day captain, said they did not anticipate any surprises with the switch from Barbados to Coolidge Cricket Ground in  Antigua.
“I don’t see it as a big challenge. We’ve been seeing a few of the games on TV. We’re obviously professional athletes and many of us play for the West Indies team as well so we have to adjust,” Holder said