Mar 24, 2013 Sports
The Albion Community Centre Ground today would be the venue when the Berbice Cricket Board hosts the lone semifinals and last quarterfinals of the 2012 Carib Beer 20/20 tournament. Albion Community Centre and Bermine would clash in the quarterfinals with the winner drawing a bye to the finals, while Rose Hall Town Gizmos & Gadgets would play in the lone semifinals to decide the other finalists.
Starting at 09:30 hours, Albion Community Centre led by Devendra Bishoo would face off with a youthful Bermine team. Albion’s efforts would be led by Bishoo, Sewnarine Chattergoon, Sharaz Ramcharran, Balchan Baldeo, Gudakesh Motie-Kanhai and Veerapen Permaul. Bermine like Albion would be missing several of their senior players but would be spearheaded by national player Steve Latcha, Damon Vantull, Julian Moore, Hakeem Hinds, Keion De Jesus, Romario Shepherd and Joemal La Fleur. West Indies female cricketer Tremayne Smartt would also play for Bermine.
Rose Hall Town Gizmos & Gadgets would seek to extend their winning streak against an improving West Berbice team who surprised Young Warriors in the playoff round to advance. Rose Hall Town Gismos & Gadgets would be led by Delbert Hicks with support from Assad Fudadin, Rajiv Ivan, Clinton Pestano, Dominique Rikhi, Khemraj Mahadeo, Jason Sinclair, Shawn Pereira and Renwick Batson who have all played for either the senior Berbice or Guyana team. West Berbice would depend heavily on the services of all rounder Keith Fraser, Kawsie Mentore, national pacer Keon Joseph and Troy Halley. Bowl off time is 09:30 hours.
The Final would be played at the Albion Community Centre on a date to be decided on by the Berbice Cricket Board.
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