Meten-Meer-Zorg Masters have accepted the challenge thrown out by Everest Masters to a 25-over per side cricket match to celebrate the 50th birth
anniversary of Ronald ‘Sticky’ Jaisingh today.
Jaisingh, who is a longstanding member of Everest Cricket Club Masters team, opted for a cricket celebration since most of his adult life is spent in cricket as a player and administrator especially along the East Bank of Demerara.
Everest Masters have been a dominant force on the local scene and have reached out to the Odyssey Transportation Services sponsored Meten-Meer-Zorg (MMZ) Masters for the occasion and they have accepted.
In their most recent match, MMZ Masters edged the Media XI in a nail biting finish and will be looking to continue their winning ways, while the hosts recently bounced back to their winning trend with a comprehensive victory over Bartica Masters after losing four consecutive matches in and out of Guyana.
The teams will wear coloured clothing and will play with the pink ball. The first ball is expected to be bowled at 12:30hrs.
Teams will come from: Odyssey MMZ Masters; Troy Khan (captain), Muneshwar Balgobin, Mohan Chatram, Vinod Rajkumar, Jetendra Kishore, Hemandra Kowelsser, Sham Persaud, Gary Headley, Mohamed Willie, Zaheer Haniff, Chabiraj Ramcharran, Naaiem Habib, Abid Haniff and Zamal Khan.
Everest Masters; Rajesh Singh (captain), Sahadeo Hardaiow, Saheed Mohamed, Hemraj Garbarran, Azemul Hanif, Basil Persaud, Imtiaz Sadik, Robert Pereira, Robin Bharat, Ucil Armstrong, John Ramsingh, Safraz Sheriffudeen, Ravi Narayan, Nadir Baksh and Ronald Jaisingh.
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