Caribbean Cricketer Fabian Allen Robbed at Gunpoint Outside Hotel: Phone & Bag Taken

West Indies international cricketer Fabian Allen was robbed at gunpoint while participating in the SA20 league in Jamaica. The 28-year-old Allen is a part of the St. Kitts & Nevis Patriots franchise. He was targeted outside the team hotel in Johannesburg, where his phone and bag, along with other belongings, were forcefully taken by armed assailants.

Safety Concerns Heighten for Participating Players

This incident has raised concerns regarding the safety of players participating in SA20. The incident has been confirmed by sources from the St. Kitts & Nevis Patriots team, SA20, and Cricket West Indies (CWI).

Oversight in Player Safety

This recent security oversight is another concerning episode amidst the ongoing SA20 league, now reaching the playoff stage.

Cricketer Unharmed

Fortunately, no harm came to the Caribbean cricketer during this incident. Cricket West Indies confirmed that Allen was unharmed.

CWI in Contact with Fabian

Officials from Cricket West Indies (CWI) have stated that our head coach Andre Coley, who is based in Jamaica, is in contact with Fabian Allen. We have spoken with him through our head of security Obade McCoy. He is doing okay.

Royals Management Remains Silent

The management of the St. Kitts & Nevis Patriots has maintained silence on the matter. The league’s spokesperson advised against discussing the incident with the police. Contact with the player was not possible.

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