DCB Inter-County one-day trial matches set for Thursday/Friday

—Sarwan Chanderpaul named in squads

The Demerara Cricket Board (DCB) yesterday named three squads to participate in trial matches on Thursday and Friday in an effort to select the Demerara team for the upcoming Guyana Cricket Board one day Inter County tournament.

The El Dorado Senior Inter-County limited overs competition which will be contested on a round robin basis among Demerara, Berbice and Essequibo teams is expected to bowl off on September 21.

The trial matches will be contested at the Georgetown Cricket Club (GCC) ground, Bourda and the teams will be led by national players, Steven Jacobs, Leon Johnson and West Indies T20 player, Christopher Barnwell.

The Jacobs-led team features players such as Robin Bacchus, Andrew Lyght Jr., Zaheer Mohamed, and Andre Stoll while Team Two, led by Johnson, will include young Tagenarine Chanderpaul, Rajendra Chandrika, Collis Butts and Paul Wintz.

Leon Johnson
Leon Johnson

Barnwell will lead a team which includes Amazon Warriors’s Trevon Griffith, Ryan Ramdass, Derwin Christian and Brian Sattaur.

Steven Jacobs
Steven Jacobs
Christopher Barnwell
Christopher Barnwell

The trials will be used to help select the players for the upcoming Senior Inter-county season. All players are requested to be at the playing venue at 9:00 am.

Team ‘1’: Steven Jacobs (Captain), Robin Bacchus, Andrew Lyght Jr., Shivnarine Chanderpaul, Chanderpaul  Hemraj, Kemol Savory, Deonarine Seogobin, Zaheer Mohamed, Amir Khan, Leon Scott, Carl Rambarose. Kellon Carmichael, Andre Stoll and Stephon Brown

Team ‘2’: Leon Johnson (Captain), Shemroy Barton, Tagenarine Chanderpaul, Ramnaresh Sarwan, Joseph Perry, Rajendra Chandrika, Alvinda Shewpersaud, Vishal Singh, Shaquille Williams, Collis Butts, Charwade McPherson, Joshua Wayde, Paul Wintz and Jetendra Sookdeo

Team ‘3’: Christopher Barnwell (Captain),Trevon Griffith Ryan Ramdass, Brian Sattaur, Derwin Christian, Dexter Solomon, Balwenda Shivpersaud, Raj Nannan, Steven Sankar, Elton Baker, Shivram Persaud, Carlos La Rose,  Seon Daniels and Yetesh Denpaul

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