Guyanese quartet drafted in CWI U-19 camp as World Cup preparations continue


The Guyana Cricket Board on Tuesday afternoon that four Guyanese have been selected to attend a Cricket West Indies player development and assessment exercise ahead of the ICC Men’s Under-19 World Cup, set for Sri Lanka in 2024.

The players are fast bowler Isai Thorne, top-order batters Rampertab Ramnauth and Mavindra Dindyal, and left-arm spinner Golcharran Chulai.

Below is a statement issued by the Guyana Cricket Board

Four Guyanese youth players are currently in Antigua to go through player development and assessment exercises in preparation for Cricket West Indies (CWI) participation in the International Cricket Council (ICC) Men’s Under-19 World Cup, scheduled for Sri Lanka in 2024.

The Guyanese players who are amongst the regional pool of players selected by CWI to demonstrate their competencies and readiness to represent West Indies in this upcoming and prestigious ICC Under-19 World Cup 2024, are fast bowler Isai Thorne, top-order batters Rampertab Ramnauth, Mavindra Dindyal, and left-arm spinner Golcharran Chulai.

These and other potential West Indies players, assembled in Antigua on Sunday, February 19, 2023, and will be engaged in High-Performance exercises over a period of approximately three weeks.

This encampment is one of several ongoing events being implemented by CWI to ensure the regional pool of Under-19 players is provided with the best opportunities to realise their optimal potential.

It is trusted that the planned CWI High-performance activities for these Under-19 players will adequately prepare them for the competitive settings that are expected of the ICC U-19 World Cup 2024.

When the tournament begins in 2024, Sri Lanka will join New Zealand as the only two countries to host the ICC Men’s Under-19 World Cup on three occasions, having previously hosted same in 2000 and 2006.

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