Secretary of the Guyana Cricket Board, Anand Sanasie, told Guyana Jaguars team that winning must become a habit; that’s what make champions become legends. He emphasized that even though Guyana Jaguars have won the Regional 4-Day title, they must not take the final match lightly; it is their opportunity to continue their dominance and finish the Tournament on a very high note.
“Professional athletes and successful teams understands that winning must become a habit and this is what makes champions become legends”, the GCB Secretary said yesterday to the players and staff. He further stated, “let your final match act as a catalyst for the next Tournament as upon your return and a short time off, you would begin preparation for the next season”.
Sanasie met the players and management at the Ogle International Airport and had a chat with them just before they departed to Dominica to play the Windward Islands in the final round of the WICB PCL Regional 4-Day Tournament.
After nine rounds, Guyana sits victoriously at the top of the points table with 130 points, 22 points ahead of Barbados Pride who is at second position. Windward Islands Volcanoes is on 106, Jamaica Franchise on 68, Trinidad and Tobago Red Force on 60 and Leeward Islands Hurricanes on 37. Since a team can only score a possible maximum of 20 points in a game, Guyana Jaguars have basically won the Regional 4-Day 2015 going into the final round of matches.
The final round begins on Friday, 20 March, 2015. Jaguars’ team reads: Rajendra Chandrika, Assad Fudadin, Leon Johnson (captain), Narsingh Deonarine, Shivnarine Chanderpaul, Vishaul Singh (v.captain), Raymon Reifer, Christopher Barnwell, Anthony Bramble, Veerasammy Permaul, Devendra Bishoo, Keon Joseph, and Ronsford Beaton. The Coach is Esuan Crandon and the Assistant Coach/Manager is Rayon Griffith.