Permaul named skipper of Albion first division team

—-Bishoo named vice captain

The newly-elected executives of the Albion Community Centre Cricket Club, under president Lloyd Kanden have named the various sub-committees, captains and vice-captains of the club’s respective teams among others for the year 2014.

According to a press release from the club, the selection committee will be chaired by Vemen Walter and will include Orvin Mangru and Muniram Lalbeharry along with the captain and the manager of the teams in question.

Vice-president Imtiaz Baccus heads the disciplinary committee with Totaram

Veerasammy Permaul
Veerasammy Permaul

Haricharran, Dhanraj Budhu, Kanden and Walter, the other members.

Walter will also chair the cricket development committee with Muthuswammi Permaul, Mangru, Lalbeharry, Sewnarine Chattergoon, Budhu and the club’s coach Andre Percival making up the reminder of that committee. Treasurer Permaul is the chairman of the fund-raising committee which will also comprise businessman Deonarain Balram, Romeo Singh, Lalbeharry and Mangru.

West Indies left-arm-spinner Veerasammy Permaul was re-appointed captain of the club’s first division team with fellow West Indies spinner Davendra Bishoo as his deputy.

Devendra Bishoo
Devendra Bishoo

Lalbeharry will captain the club’s second division team with Berbice Under 17 opener Balchand Baldeo as the vice-captain. West Indies 19 left-arm-spinner Gudakesh Motie-Kanhai will captain the club’s Under 21 team with Berbice senior Inter-County opening batsman Kandasammy Surujnarine the vice-captain.

Guyana Under-19 all-rounder Sharaz Ramcharran and Baldeo have been named captain and vice-captain respectively of the Under-19 team while Joshua Harrrichand will captain the Under-17 team with Mathew Hardial as the vice-captain.

Kelvin Omro is the club’s new Under 15 captain with Ramesh Kassinauth as the vice-captain while at the Under 13 level, Vishal Permaul will be at the helm with Jitendra Outar being the vice skipper.

The club’s various teams will again be managed by Permaul with Kanden and Mangru providing assistance.

Permaul and Walter will represent the club at the Berbice Cricket Board (BCB) level with Mangru being the alternate.

Budhu and Harricharran are the club’s two representatives on the Albion Community Centre Council.

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