Lone semi & final to be contested
The lone semi-final and the grand final of Guyana’s first ever ten 10 cricket tournament sponsored by Ansa Mc Al Trading and organized by the Rose Hall Town Youth and Sports Club (RHTY&SC) will be played on Sunday at the Area ‘H’ Ground, Corentyne, Berbice.
Semi-final action from 11:00hrs involves Albion and Port Mourant, the victor facing off against Rose Hall Town Windies Sport Bar in the Final from 14:00hrs.
Albion will be led by test player Narsingh Deonarine and has a powerful batting line up that includes Imran Khan, Jonathan Foo, Ranga and Doodnauth Lagadu, Ramnarine Chattergoon and Doodnauth Lallbeharry.
National leg spinners Veerasammy Permaul and Davendra Bishu will lead their spin based attack that also features Deonarine, Foo, Orvin Mangru and Sahadeo Somai.
Port Mourant are known to create major upsets and would be keen to do so against major rivals, Albion.
Former test all rounder Mahendra Nagamootoo along national middle order batsman Hoomchand Pooran would lead their victory efforts. Openers Moshin Perkhan, Davendra Thakurdeen, Rajiv Juan and Shameer Khan are aiming to carry the fight in this department.
Pacer Yogindra Harrinarine spearheads the bowling department and will get able support from Nagamootoo, Pooran and off spinners Rajendra Bolo, Juan and Khan.
Rose Hall Town Windies Sports Bar are ready and prepared for their challenger in the final and would be led by national all rounder Esuan Crandon national middle order batsman Assad Fudadin and Royston Crandon in the batting department with solid support expected from Renwick Batson, Delbert Hicks, Andre Percival, Khemraj Mahadeo and Jason Sinclair.
Skipper Esuan Crandon would share the new ball with Batson and will be backed up by spinners Royston Crandon, Fudadin, Percival, Ravi Narine, Eon Hooper and Troy Mathieson.
The winner would is guaranteed $100,000 in cash and a similar amount in educational and hygiene kits.
The loser pockets $50,000 cash and the same in amount in educational and hygiene kits while the loser of the semi-final encounter takes home $15,000 and the man of the final $10,000.
The tournament is organised by the Cricket Development Committee of the RHTY&SC.
Mark Bindai, Ansa Mc Al Regional Manager of Berbice is expected to meet the teams before the final and assist with the presentation of prizes.
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