BCB/NCN Inter-Zone U15 Cricket

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Kaieteur News
Kaieteur Staff

After many months of delay due to the extended rainy season, the long awaited Berbice Cricket Board’s/National Communication Network (NCN) Inter-Zone Under–15 tournament bowls off tomorrow.

New Amsterdam/Canje will clash with West Berbice at the Blairmont Community Center ground while Upper Corentyne will play Lower Corentyne at the Area H ground. Both games will commence at 09:00 hours with the first innings limited to 55 overs a side.

National Under-19 opener, Shimron Hetmeyer will lead the New Amsterdam/Canje team and can expect support from Leon Andrews, Joseph Giddings and Kassim Khan. On the other hand, West Berbice will depend heavily on Grieson Grant, Jason Johansen and Parmanand Ramdhan.

A powerful Lower Corentyne team will be led by Daniel Lewis, Brandon Prashad, Balchand Baldeo and Tyrone Poornauth and will fancy their chances against an Upper Corentyne team which will depend heavily on skipper Deon Esau, Jameel Jackman and Joshua Rawlins.

The final will be played next weekend at a venue and a day to be announced later.


New Amsterdam/Canje: Shimron Hetmeyer (Captain), Leon Andrews (Vice Captain), Kierre Henry, Enoch Carmichael, Joshua Giddings, Clifton Lindie, Robert Barrington, Omar Weatherspoon, Kevin Sinclair, Vedeshwar Mangra, Richard Henry, Gavin Moriah, Kassim Khan, Renaldo Adams, Ameer Khan, Jaleel Jaffar.

West Berbice: Parmanand Ramdhan (Captain), Grisean Grant (Vice Captain), Akeem Miller, Jason Johashen, Randy Wade, Kris Ramnarine, Adrian Singh, Navendra Singh, Bramdat Singh, Shazad Baig, Mohan Deodat, Mohamed Sibdhanie, Ramesar Somwaru, Randy Singh, Kendy Dhanraj.

Lower Corentyne: Daniel Lewis (Captain), Brandon Persaud (Vice Captain), Bachan Baldeo, Karran Singh, Javed Seecharran, Tyrone Pooranauth, Jason Anderson, Daniel Samaroo, Haresh Jaipaul, Joshua Harrichand, Veren Ramoo, Retesh Umrao, Kevindra Persaud, Azam Khan.

Upper Corentyne: Deon Esau (Captain), Rabindranauth Roopchand, Totaram Rajaram, Mohamed Deochan, Jaleel Jackman, Vadanand Sugrim, Yusuf Nicholson, Aleem Baksh, Rajiv Bickram, Javed Arichalaram, Whitney Fraser, Joshua Rollins.