Interim head coach of the Jamaica Scorpions, Robert Haynes, said yesterday his side was brimming with confidence heading into their showdown against Guyana Jaguars in the seventh round of the Cricket West Indies Regional Four-Day Championships at National Stadium Providence from today.
Speaking exclusively with Stabroek Sport, Haynes, the former Jamaica and West Indies leg spinner, said the confidence was based on the team, which is ranked fifth in the six-team tournament, winning their last two encounters against the Leeward Islands Hurricanes and Windward Islands Volcanoes.
“The mood has been really excellent. I can’t really fault the players. The team spirit is high, these guys want to win, they have given their best and each and every player realised that they haven’t got a 100 percent of what they are trying to achieve but they are working towards it,” Haynes said…..