Nov 07, 2014 Sports
The Georgetown Cricket Umpires and Scorers Association (GCUSA) has released the names of the umpires to officiate in this weekend’s Georgetown Cricket Association (GCA) fixtures.
Deon Feassal and Hortence Isaacs will take charge of the Noble House Sea Foods second-division two-day semi final which starts at 10:30hrs tomorrow between host Georgetown Cricket Club and Everest with Reginald Grant as stand by.
In the New Building Society second-division 40-overs tomorrow from 10:30hrs; Transport Sports Club (TSC) will play Ace Warriors at Muslim Youth Organisation (MYO) with Mario Nicholls and Nandkumar Shivsankar in charge; MYO will travel to Malteenoes SC (MSC) under the guidance of Ashook Brijkoomar and Matthew Kissoon and Demerara Cricket Club (DCC) will engage Sophia at Guyana Defense Force (GDF) ground with Clyde Layne and Cyril Garnath doing on field duties.
On Sunday from 10:30hrs, TSC will challenge Third Class at YMCA under the watchful eyes of Mario Nicholls and Randolph Rose; GDF will host Police with Nigel Duguid and Joseph Jeffery officiating and Diplomats will take on St. Stanislaus at MSC, the umpires are Javed Persaud and Nolan Hawke.
In the Banks Malta Supreme Under-13 tomorrow at GNIC, Gandhi Youth Organisation will battle Diplomats from 09:00hrs and Everest will match skills with TSC from 13:00hrs. Daniel Richmond and Ernest Hinds will oversee the action.
On Sunday, DCC will play Bel Air Rubis from 09:00hrs and MSC at 13:00hrs at MYO with the umpires being Richmond and Heuvel Cunha.
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