Mar 05, 2021 Sports
Kaieteur News – The Hilbert Foster led Berbice Cricket Board (BCB) is happy that their hard work is paying off.
The BCB is excited that a number of players from the County have been called up to train with the West Indies Cricket squad for possible selection to the West Indies Cricket team to face Sri Lanka in upcoming matches.
At the moment five Guyanese, all Berbicians have been called for possible selection. Just days after Kevin Sinclair received his first call up and subsequent debut alongside Romario Shepherd in the West Indies team for the T20I and ODI series against Sri Lanka, three more have been added to the squad for possible selection for the Test matches.
The three called up are new comer Nial Smith along with regulars Shimron Hetmyer and Veersammy Permaul. According to the release, “The selection of the players who are all Berbicians shows that our cricket is very strong. The Board extends congrats to Romario Shepherd, Kevin Sinclair and best wishes to Shimron Hetmyer, Veersammy Permaul and Nial Smith in the trial matches. The BCB is also clamoring for the inclusion of outstanding players Gudakesh Motie and Anthony Bramble.”
The release continues, “All of us in Berbice should be very proud of the direction our cricket is moving and the best is yet to come. We have to be doing right for our players to be performing so well. The BCB expresses thanks to the Administrators of the various clubs who work hard on a voluntary basis to make sure that the players becomes the best. Please let us pray for Berbice cricket and let us always strive for excellence.”
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