Chanderpaul needed for transition process

Guyana Jaguars Assistant Coach/Manager Rayon Griffith said that it was very important to keep his winning team together following the third annual West Indies Cricket Board (WICB)/Professional Cricket league (PCL) draft as the Four-Day champs prepare for yet another title defence next season.

While most teams kept a large nucleus of their players during the draft held Thursday at the Coppin/Cozier/Short Media Centre at Kensington Oval, Barbados, it was more important for Guyana who are the current two-time PCL four-day champs to remain as closely knit as possible, said Griffith during an interview with Stabroek Sport yesterday.

“We really want to keep the team together because we won two years in a row and more important the….