It seems like the Guyana Cricket Board have a propensity in discarding young Essequibian talent without even giving them a try.
The disposing of one of the most disciplined and hardworking cricketers in 83,000 thousand square miles sent a bad message to young aspiring lads from the Cinderella County.
During the (1989) Regional First Class season, another Essequibian leg spinner Jaimini Singh was omitted from the national squad the same way young Benn was discarded. Jaimini was the drinks carrier in Guyana encounters against Trinidad & Tobago at Guaracara Park South Trinidad, at Sabina Park vs Jamaica and at the Kensington Oval vs Barbados in the 50 overs Geddes Grant Shield matches, but when the national team returned home Jaimini Singh was unceremoniously dumped.
Even if the national selectors want to expose young West Indies fast bowler Keon Joseph why persevere with Esaun Crandon at this stage of the tournament.
The million dollar question being asked, is the nine Berbicians selected for Trinidad all merit their places?
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