National cricket team departs for Trinidad and Tobago

— Chanderpaul not hanging up boots anytime soon

Director of Sports Neil Kumar last evening praised the efforts of the Guyana Cricket Board (GCB) along with Chairman of the national selectors Rayon Griffith for putting together one of the best teams he has seen in a long time to participate in the 2014 Nagico Regional Super50 tournament.

The 14-man squad now named the Guyana Malta Supreme team after being exclusively sponsored by the Banks non-alcoholic malt  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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