GEORGETOWN, Guyana, CMC – Four Guyanese lawyers were selected to represent the West Indies lawyers’ cricket team at the upcoming Lawyers’ Cricket World Cup in New Delhi, India, from October 12 to 22.
Attorneys Charles Ramson Jr, Timothy Jonas, Sanjeev Datadin, and Tejnarine Ramroop are the lawyers from Guyana.
The tournament will involve lawyers from the hosts, England, Sri Lanka, Australia and Pakistan competing against their West Indian counterparts.
Eight teams will play in the tournament with each team playing six 40-over matches. The two top teams from the round robin format will meet in the final, scheduled for October 22.
This will be the fourth lawyers’ cricket World Cup after tournaments were held in Hyderabad, India in 2008, Cambridge, England in 2009 and Barbados in 2011.
India are the defending champions, having defeated Sri Lanka A in the final of the last tournament in Barbados.