Top local T20 players to be shortlisted for Antigua & Barbuda Independence tournament 

-“Adams, Foo, Beaton in the fray” – Chairman of Selection Panel 

With Guyana set to participate in the 2017 Antigua and Barbuda annual Independence T20 tournament, preparation is now the focus.

With that in mind, Chairman of the Senior National Selection Panel, Rayon Griffith, indicated to Stabroek Sport that the panel is intent on shortlisting 18 of Guyana’s top T20 players to begin preparations for the week-long event.

“We haven’t had much T20 competitions going around [Guyana] but we will have to have [shortlist] at least 18 guys who we believe are our top T20 players in the country and that includes some of the players out from the academy and the contract set up,” the former national fast bowler indicated.

A few consistent performers, according to Griffith, are ….


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