Why did the BCB selectors fail to select Port Mourant cricketers?

Dear Editor,
Port Mourant Cricket Club executives and cricketers were very disappointed when the Berbice Cricket Board Selectors failed to select them given their outstanding individual performances.

The Berbice Cricket Board failed to have any trial match, but the so-called best run board still managed to select a team to represented BCB for inter county matches.

According to the club, outstanding bowling performances from Rajendra Bhola, who has 13 wickets at an average of below 11 runs from four matches should have been selected ahead of Steven Latcha, Khrisendat Ramoo, and Shawn Perreira who had done nothing since the competitions started.  Moshin Perkhan‘s 186 runs in 4 innings from both the Anirod Ramcharitar knock-out and Tenelec round robin competitions is the most by any player.  Therefore, he, Khemraj Mahadeo and Sewnarine Chattergoon should have been selected ahead of Devon Clements, Eugene La Fleur, and Royston Crandon, who only played one match because of a dispute with Rose Hall Town administrator.

The club is demanding an explanation from both the President and the Chairman of selectors on the strategy used to select players for the inter-county, and should this trend continue then BCB cricket will definitely take a backward step.

Yours faithfully,
M Permaul

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