G/town U19 players requested to attend meeting today at GCC

Georgetown players who were selected to represent the city in the Guyana Cricket Board (GCB) upcoming Inter-Association U19 tournament are asked to attend a meeting at the Georgetown Cricket Club Ground, Bourda today, a release from the GCB stated.

According to the release, the players are asked to contact Territorial Development Officer Colin Stuart upon their arrival.

The meeting, according to an official of the GCB, is intended to address matters concerning this weekend’s matches and the way forward.

Those invited to today’s meeting are :- Mark Baptiste, Collin Barton, Clarence Baird, Ronaldo AliMohamed, Timothy McAlmont, Stefan Wilson, Darshan Persaud, Kurt Lovell, Christopher Campbell, Joshua Persaud, Sachin Singh, Ashmead Nedd, Juspice Jones, Keshan Singh, Dequian Bamfield, Outar Torrington, Alphius  Bookie, Dwain Dick, Ghamsham Premshan, Joel Spooner, Adrian Hinds and Raymon Perez.

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