Cordel takes MVP title again
July 30, 2004
Cordel takes MVP title again

Whenever Cordel Jack takes part in a cricket tournament, you can bet that she will be adjudged the Most Valuable Player.
Having accomplished the feat last May in the Senior West Indies Cricket Tournament staged in Trinidad and Tobago, Jack, a strongly built right-handed batter and off spinner, showed that at the lower level, repeating that feat was a matter of course. {{more}}
She put her name in contention for the award with consistent all-round performances.
She was (Wo)man of the Match in the game against Jamaica hitting the tournament’s highest individual score (40), and followed with 2 for 14.
Jack was named on the list in training for selection to the West Indies team for possible duties at the Women’s World Cup scheduled for South Africa next year. Inevitably, she is in an Under-23 squad, named following the tournament.
Jack admitted that she has been training, if not with national team coach Ian Allen, then with Wendell Glasgow, the coach for her club United Survivors.