Nedd credits previous Super50 experience after Player-of-the-match performance

Guyanese left-arm spinner Ashmead Nedd credited his previous knowledge of the West Indies Emerging Players after his Player-of-the-Match effort against Jamaica Scorpions in the CG United Super50.
Nedd claimed 3-33 in seven top overs during an important spell for the West Indies Academy on Saturday.
After the match, the 21-year-old Guyanese said it was a great feeling for the team. “Having a big heart when the captain asked for me. I have been here before, bowling in this type of format. The arm-ball worked pretty well.”
“I feel great. After the first over, I was thinking Rovman (Powell) is a quality player, he played a lot of cricket. He jumped me in the first over, and that was playing on my mind. I always kept believing in myself,” Nedd said.
In pursuit of 183, Jamaica looked firm for victory with West Indies players in the batting order. The likes of Powell, Brandon King, Nkrumah Bonner, and Jermaine Blackwood could not dominate as per usual. Nedd said the West Indies Academy players kept on believing.
“After Rovman and McCarthy put on a good partnership, we were out of the game for a moment, but we pegged one, and we kept believing from there. We played a few practice matches before this one and we lost two, then came into the competition down two, so we gave it our all in this one,” Nedd explained.
Summary of match: WI Academy: 182 all out in 44.5 overs. Kevin Wickham 46, Kevlon Anderson 33. Dennis Bulli 4-32. Scorpions: 170 all out in 39.4 overs. Rovman Powell 42, Brandon King 28, Andre McCarthy 28. Joshua James 3-22, Ashmead Nedd 3-33.
The West Indies Academy will be in action on Wednesday, November 9 against Leeward Islands at Sir Vivian Richards Stadium. (Brandon Corlette)