The 2009 season of the Berbice Cricket Board of Control (BCBC) will be officially launched tomorrow with a specially arranged 40-overs match that is expected to be contested annually as the season opening attraction.
A New Amsterdam/Canje and West Berbice selection will take on their counterparts from Lower/Upper Corentyne at the Rose Hall Community Centre Ground.
A number of young promising players are expected to feature in both teams since many of their senior colleagues are unavailable, some with the National team contesting the West Cricket Board (WICB) Regional four-day competition or are plying their trade in Trinidad and Tobago at the Semi Professional level.
Eugene La Fleur will captain the New Amsterdam/Canje & West Berbice team. The other players selected are Artley Bailey, Ramesh Boodram, Sanjay Khan, Seon Hetimyer, Balram Samaroo, Karamchand Bissoondial, Kwesi Mentore, Vishaul Mohabir, Andrew Williams, Leroy Bristol, Altaf Khan, Michael Newland, Keron Fraser and Stephen Latcha.
The Lower / Upper Corentyne boast a number of experienced campaigners. Their squad reads; Moshin Perkhan, Renwick Batson, Assad Fudadin, Andre Percival, Imran Khan, Delbert Hicks, Troy Mathieson, Jonathan Foo, Rodwell Grey, Yogindra Harrinarine, Sherwin Murray, Peter Grimes, Ravi Narine and Alex Amsterdam.
Players are asked to report to the Rose Hall Community Centre Ground, East Canje, tomorrow for 09:30hrs.
The BCBC is encouraging the cricket loving public and supporters to attend tomorrow’s match as all funds raised from the gate and bar will be used for the development of the game in the County.
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