There appears to be a storm brewing between Cricket West Indies and one of its top players.
Former chairman of the Barbados Women's Cricket committee Hartley Reid, has confirmed that West Indies Women's cricketer and former Barbados captain Shaquanna Quintyne has sought legal advice on the termination of her West Indies contract after being injured on the job.
CBC Sports has been reliably informed that the 21 year old Quintyne, who has featured in 95 international fixtures, tore a ligament in her knee on the 19th of March this year in a practice match in Antigua.
She was on a West Indies 'B' contract at the time.
Quintyne is reportedly dissatisfied with the way in which her injury has been handled by the regional board. And CBC Sports investigations indicate that she was only able to walk on her own after four months of therapy.
On contacting Quintyne, she refused to speak about the ongoing legal action but said she is trying to focus on her recovery at this extremely difficult time.