The eleventh edition of the Busta sponsored Rose Hall Town Youth & Sports Club, Champion of Champions cricket tournament is set to commence tomorrow after the first round of matches was washed out by rain two weeks ago.
The tournament which is being sponsored by the Guyana Beverage Company under its Busta brand is organised by the club’s Cricket Development Committee and is one of the 200 programmes/projects planned for its Silver Jubilee anniversary.
Young Warriors and Tucber Park formerly Bermine would clash tomorrow at the Cumberland Ground in Canje. The home team minus the service of national opening batsman Shimron Hetmyer would be spearheaded by Seon Hetmyer, Ishwar Singh, Linden Austin, Kevin Ramdeen and Kassim Khan while Tucber Park would be led by Romario Shepherd, Eugene and Joemal La Fleur, Keion De Jesus, Devon Clements, Nial Smith and Anthony D’Andrade.
On Sunday, a young Blairmont team would clash with West Berbice at the Blairmont ground and would depend heavily on Nick Ramsaroop, Parmanand Ramdhan, Aviskar Sewkarran, Waqar Hassan and Kevon Jawahir while West Berbice would have Arthley Bailey, Raffiel Estriado, Raun Johnson and Kwesi Mentore in their line-up.
Defending Champion, Rose Hall Town Gizmos & Gadgets would be at home against Upper Corentyne at the Area ‘H’ ground. Skipper Shawn Pereira, Delbert Hicks, Jason Sinclair, Troy Mathieson, Leroy Bristol, Brandon Prashad, Keon Sinclair and West Indies female international Shemaine Campbelle would spearhead the home team’s effort against underdogs Upper Corentyne who would depend heavily on Lakeram Latchman, Viendra Gooniah, Naeem Yacoob, Parmeshwar Chatterpaul and Imran Mohamed.
At the historic Port Mourant Cricket Ground, the home team would face off with arch rivals Albion, who would be without several of their main players. Port Mourant’s challenge would be led by Yudendra Harrinarine, Arif Chan, Joshua Ramsammy, Nicholas Cameron and national player Jonathan Foo,
Kandasammy Surujnarine, Gudakesh Motie, Sharaz Ramcharran, Balchan Baldeo and David Latchaya would seek to make sure Albion advance to the semi-finals which are scheduled for Sunday February 22nd.
The matches would be played on a 40-overs per side basis and starts at 11:00hrs sharp. Teams are required to be at the venues by 10:15hrs.
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