BCB names 22-man squad for U15 Inter-County tournament

The junior selection committee of the Berbice Cricket Board (BCB) under the chairmanship of Leslie Solomon has named a strong 22-man squad for the upcoming Guyana Cricket Board (GCB) Under-15 Inter-county tournament.

The team is be led by promising Rose Hall Town Youth and Sports Club (RHTYSC) all-rounder Kevelon Anderson who will have Bush Lot  player Kris Ramnarine as his deputy. The team is set to be involved in special coaching sessions this week under the watchful eye of former National player Andre Percival.

They will also be involved in a special one-day developmental seminar organised by the special events committee of the BCB on Friday at the St. Francis training centre. The players are asked to assemble at the Young Warriors ground on Tuesday for training.

The squad selected also includes: Kevin Sinclair (Police), Surrendra Budhoo (RHTYSC), Junior Sinclair (RHTYSC), Alex Algu (young Warriors), Steven Deonarine (Tucber Park), Seon Glasgow (Blairmont), Javed Karim (Blairmont), Junior Williams ( Young Warriors), Keith Simpson (RHTYSC), Dineshwar Boodhoo (Upper Corentyne), Steven Kamallidin (Albion), Haifa Walter (RHTYSC), Karran Rajpaul (Albion), Kevin Omrou (Albion), Brandon Corlette (RHTYSC), Nicholas Shivrattan (Bush Lot), Emmanuel Seecharran (RHTYSC), Cheddie Budhoo (Port Mourant), Ramesh Kasinauth (Albion) and Keron Hooper (Big Star).

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