GCC’s double wicket competition set for Saturday

Nine teams will vie  for $100,000 and a trophy when the Georgetown Cricket Club (GCC) bowls off its Double Wicket Competition Saturday at the GCC ground Bourda.

Action will start at 09:30hrs and will see the host team led by former West Indies test captain Ramnaresh Sarwan taking on teams from Demerara Cricket Club (DCC), Maltenoes, Everest,, Young Warriors, Albion, Rose Hall, GNIC and MYO.
The second place team will pocket $50,000 while the semi finalists will take home $25,000 each.

The entrance fee per team is $3000.

Prizes will also be awarded to the Player of the Day, best batsman, best fielder and the player that takes the best catch.

Each innings shall be of three overs duration for a total of six overs per match.

Normal modes of dismissal shall apply except the leg before wicket (LBW).
No leg-byes will be allowed.

Each team will consist of 2 players. No team is allowed to change players once the tournament is started except for an obvious injury.

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