‘We need to put runs on the board’

- Jaguars Head Coach

Guyana Jaguars will be looking to bounce back after back to back losses

-Keon Joseph replaces Keemo Paul in squad

Guyana Jaguars Head Coach, Rayon Griffith, was yesterday adamant that his team needed to put runs on the board when they face Jamaica Scorpions in the seventh round of the Cricket West Indies Regional Four-Day Championship from today at the National Stadium, Providence.

Griffith said that the team will need to produce runs in the first innings or will inevitably be playing “catch up” which could impact the outcome of the match.

With Anthony Bramble, Tagenarine Chanderpaul and Chandrapaul Hemraj all scoring centuries this season, the Jaguars have amassed totals in excess of 350.

However, in their last two encounters the batting failed to live up to its ability and the team could only muster 150 and 182 against Trinidad and Tobago Red Force and 196 and 269 against Leeward Islands Hurricanes…..

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