Lewis keen on using stint in Guyana to develop game

Jamaica and former West Indies U19 captain, Ramaal Lewis, says he is keen on using his stint here in Guyana to further develop his game while also aiming to use the Guyana Cricket Board/Jaguar’s three – day league to impress enough with the aim of adding to his lone first – class match which he played nearly two years ago.

The all-rounder was snapped up by Guyana in this season’s Professional Cricket League (PCL) draft to join Barbadian, Raymond Reifer as Guyana’s overseas players for the 2017 – 2018 regional first-class season, set to begin in October.

Lewis, during his first match in Guyana, bagged 5 – 35, in a fine bowling effort to spin Georgetown to victory over Lower Corentyne.

However he did have modest returns with the bat scoring 8 and 13 on a tough pitch where ….