Eight matches in Big Man Cricket this weekend
The Big Man Cricket Over-45, T25 tournament will resume this weekend with a total of eight matches across venues in the three counties.
On Friday (March 19), Timothy Masters will take on Jai Hind in the lone match of the day, at Enmore Community Centre ground, starting at 13:00h. Moses Ramnarine and Mark Scott are the umpires.
Three games are slated for Saturday (March 20), all of which will bowl off at 13:00h. GT Royal Rangers will clash with Upper Corentyne Rangers at the Number 72 Cut and Load ground with umpires Abbas Hussain and Rajendra Sooknanan calling play.
At the Imam Bacchus ground in Essequibo, West Dem Vipers will tackle Essequibo Eagles with Deva Das and Wazeer Dhanraj being the umpires, while at the Farm ground, Real Warriors will face West Bank Warriors with Monty Chester and Zaheer Mohamed the men overseeing play.
On Sunday (March 21), the Georgetown Cricket Club will host a double-header. GT Royal Rangers will play West Bank Warriors from 09:00h and Upper Corentyne Rangers will challenge Essequibo Eagles from 13:00h. Monty Chester and Deon Feassal are the umpires.
At the Farm ground, Real Warriors will confront Jai Hind from 13:00h, with Moses Ramnarine and Patrick Edwards the umpires, while over at the Meten-Meer-Zorg ground, West Dem Vipers will trade skills with Timothy Masters from 13:00h, with Linden Matthews and Mark Scott calling play.
After the first round of play, Jai Hind lead the points table with 40 points, followed by West Dem Vipers on 11. The other six teams are all locked on 10 points each.