The selectors must be transparent, they deserve to know where we are missing: Jackson

RAJKOT: a frustrated Sheldon jackson has asked the national selectors for transparency after it was ignored by India A and the Duleep squads despite the consistent performances on the national circuit last season.

Despite scoring a staggering 854 runs in the last Ranji season, Jackson could not make it to the India A squad. The senior Saurashtra batsman was also ignored for the Duleep Trophy this year.

Saurashtra has played the ranji trophy later this year, and surprisingly there is still no player, even after acting on all platforms, do not choose you for the A series. So, the importance of playing the Ranji trophy final is zero, Jackson wrote on his Twitter account .

... or is that the small states are not taken seriously because in the last 5 years @saucricket has played 3 finals under the training of Sitanshu Kotak, (we have some very good results since last years with the bat and the ball) but he didn't get the deserved credit, he said in another tweet.

Jackson, who has played 66 first-class games, said that as a player he deserves to know where he is missing.

They tell me not to ask, but I firmly believe that we represent this beautiful organization and association and that we, as players, surely deserve to know why and where we are missing, or else our careers will end up wondering why. Selectors must be transparent, wrote Jackson, who scored two hundred and seven fifty years in Ranji's last season.

The Bengal Batting Pillar Tiwary bunch He also took Twitter to support Jackson.

I can feel your pain, Sheldon. Your frustration is justified. Just hold on! God bless you always, Tiwari replied to Jackson in a tweet.

Despite repeated attempts, Jackson could not be reached for further comments on the subject.