Bevaun doing well in Debut T&T season
Georgetown Cricket Club (GCC) all-rounder Paul Bevaun is having a good debut season in the Twin-Island Republic of Trinidad and Tobago for Debe Youth Foundation.
The burly right-handed medium pacer and hard hitting batsman is now residing in Trinidad with his Trinidad-born Guyanese wife and says he is enjoying cricket in the South Zonal Senior Division League.
Bevaun, who is playing under the Captaincy of fellow Guyanese Ron Ramnauth who represents DCC in Guyana’s club cricket, was denied his third century of the season in his last match over the weekend.
He finished unbeaten on 98 as the Umpires abandoned the game because one of the Petrotrin players verbally abused them.
Petrotrin batted first and made 271 all out and Debe Youth Foundation were going well on 280-3 with Bevaun and Ramnauth (88 no) featuring in an unbroken 4th wicket partnership of 194 runs to give Debe first innings points.
Debe are fifth in the 10 team competition and Bevaun says that winning the league would mean promotion to National 2 league next season.
Bevaun has scored 492 runs with 2 tons and 2 fifties and a highest score of 132. He has also captured 16 with a best of 4-40.
Bevaun told Kaieteur Sport that Ramnauth has been in very good form scoring 586 runs with 3 centuries and 2 fifties with a highest score of 160.
Bevaun informed that other Guyanese players, Derwin Christian (Clarke Road), Brandon Bess (Clarke Road), Rajiv Ivan (San Francique – Current Leaders), Rajendra Chandrika (Cosmos), Rohan Mangal (Cosmos) and Ryan Rajmangal (T Birds) are also playing in the same league.