Final week of camp most crucial

— Chairman of national selectors Rayon Griffith

Chairman of the national selectors Rayon Griffith yesterday said that despite the vast improvement shown by members of the national team during the camp, the latter week of training will be the most crucial ahead of next week’s 2014 Nagico Super50 tournament which bowls off on January 30 in Trinidad.

Speaking with Stabroek Sports during the team’s session at the Guyana National Stadium, Providence and on the eve of the team’s first day/night match at the same venue, Griffith said that the most important period of the camp was definitely the last week of activities which will be used to fine-tune the players.

He said that the importance of the two day/night games was to ensure that the players are …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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