The second annual senior elite training programme organized by the special events committee of the Berbice Cricket Board (BCB) will bowl off tomorrow at the Albion Community Centre ground. According to a press release, a total of thirty seven senior cricketers selected by the BCB selection committee headed by Mark Lyte will be a part of the programme.
Chairman of the special events committee, Hilbert Foster, disclosed that senior coaches, Adrian Amsterdam and Julian Moore will be in charge of the programme with the main aim of getting the players ready both physically and mentally to represent Berbice at the upcoming 20/20, limited overs and four-day Tournaments. Training days will be on Wednesdays from 15:00hrs to 18:00hrs and on Sundays from 13:00hrs to 16:00hrs. Players are asked to be attired in suitable training uniforms and to walk along with their cricket equipment. Foster also concluded by stating that the players as part of their commitment to Berbice Cricket will be required to stand the cost of transportation to the Albion Ground.
The following players are requested to report to the Albion Ground tomorrow by 14:45hrs for the start of the training programme:
Sewnarine Chattergoon, Richard Ramdeen, Assad Fudadin, Devon Clements, Rajiv Ivan, Jonathan Foo, Delbert Hicks, Balram Budhram, Esuan Crandon, Arthley Bailey, Veerasammy Permaul, Brandon Bess, Devendra Bishoo, Ranga Latchana, Royston Crandon, Anthony Bramble, Narsingh Deonarine, Keon Joseph, Keyron Fraser, Krishendat Ramoo, Sean Hetmyer, Michael Newland, Steven Latcha, Mushin Perkhan, Manoj Pooranauth, Eugene La Fleur, Eon Hooper, Jason Sinclair, Raffiel Estriado, Sherwin Mc Pherson, Keith Fraser, Maxie De Jonge, Raid Ally, Alex Amsterdam, Renwick Batson, Troy Mathieson and Harrinarine Chattergoon.