Guyana U-13s impress before rain curtails action in Trinidad


Guyana applied the pressure on their opponents during Wednesday’s opening round of the U13 Bilateral Series played in Trinidad and Tobago, as rain possibly saved the day for the home side.

Guyana seemed on point during the opening round before rain stopped play.

The home team, who took the first strike, was dismantled during their batting outing, falling to 43 for 9 in 18.3 overs.

Just as they did during the U13 Inter-county tournament, the trio of Makayah Holmes (2-11), Richard Ramdehol (2-2), Brandon Henry (2-5), along with a wicket each from Thierry Davis and Reyaz Latif, had left their opponents riddled by the time rain intervened.

Meanwhile, GCB president Bissoondyal Singh said the tournament plays an important part in the ongoing development of West Indies cricket, as it targets the grassroots.

Singh, a CWI Director, believed more tournaments like this should be organized among the respective territorial boards, as it remains an essential aspect of each country’s future for cricket, West Indies, and beyond.

The second match of the four-match series is on August 4, 2023, at National Cricket Centre, Balmain.

Advertisement _____
Leave A Reply

Your email address will not be published.