Kallicharran ready to give back to Guyana’s cricket

From left GCB President Drubahadur, West Indies batting Icon Alvin Kallicharran, GCB Vice-President Raj Singh and GCB Secretary Anand Sanasie at yesterday’s press conference.

Former Guyana and West Indies batting legend Alvin Kallicharran yesterday urged the government, the Guyana Cricket Board (GCB) and cricketers to go back to the grassroots level in order to revamp the sport in the country adding that they must concentrate on developing Guyana’s cricket.

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