Century stand with Shiv a dream come true for Griffith

National opener Trevon “Bugsy” Griffith said that scoring his first regional ODI half-century along with sharing a century opening partnership with the legendary Shivnarine Chanderpaul was a dream come true for him as a young cricketer.

The 22-year-old, who spoke to Stabroek Sports from Trinidad and Tobago via social media stated that he was elated over the fact that he was able to contribute and play an essential part in Guyana’s 114-run trouncing of Ireland in the first match of the NAGICO Super50 tournament currently underway in Trinidad and Tobago.

“Scoring a half-century was a really good way to start off the tournament.  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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