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Windies under-17 championship bowls off today


Added 10 July 2018


PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad: A confident T&T U-17 cricket team will open their challenge for a third successive West Indies U-17 title Tuesday, when they come up against Barbados from 9.30am at the Brian Lara Cricket Academy in Tarouba, South Trinidad.

The team which is led by Antonio Gomez has expressed confidence that T&T can retain the title for a third successive time, having won it in 2016 and 2017.

In other matches Guyana will battle the Windward Islands at the National Cricket Centre (NCC) in Balmain and the Leewards will play Jamaica at Gilbert Park.

All matches get underway at 9.30am.


T&T - Antonio Gomez (capt), Ryan Bandoo, Leonardo Julien, Rivaldo Ramlogan, Darren Samlal, Anderson Mahase, Nicholas Ali, Leon Basanoo, Sameer Ali, Tariq Mohammed, Isaiah Gomez, Aaron Bankay, Jayden Seales, Vanir Maharaj, Surujdath Mahabir manager, Gregory Davis coach.

BARBADOS - Rashawn Antonio Worrell, Seth Leage Ackeevu Agard, Nicholas Aaron Austin, Rivaldo Aldrian Clarke, Giovonte Tarqe Depeiza, Matthew Walter Forde, Shamar Jabari Forde, Amari Alexandre Goodridge, Jayden Orlando Hoyte, Jaden Jamal R Leacock, Antonio Ricardo D Morris, Ramon Romario Simmonds, D'Angelo Ronaldo Springer, Rondre Amari Yearwood.

GUYANA - Sachin Singh, Seon Glasgow, Navindra Persaud, Yeudister Persaud, Andre Seepersaud Hrithik Singh, Niran Bissu, Nigel Deodat, Gevon Schultz, Bhadesh Parsotam, Sheldon Charles, Silvan Williams, Leon Swamy, Dwain Dick.

JAMAICA - Daniel Beckford, Brandon English, Oneil Roberts, Nicholas Lewin, Lenox Simpson, Razaq Williams, Romaine Bennett, Joseph Simpson, Chevonnie Grant, Andel Gordon, Jemario Wint, Akeel Hanchard, Romaine Jacob, Rajiv Redhi.

LEEWARDS - Rasheem Henry, Demari Benta, Clinton Reece, Jahiem Africa, Kenny Sutton, Hilroy Andrew, Jaylen Francis, Antonio Fernandes, Taeiem Tonge, Aidan Livan, Kelvin Pitman,  Tariq Newman, Essan Warner, Solomon Gokrran.

WINDWARDS -  Teddy Bishop, Tiron Charles, Jamie Buddy, Jahiel Walters, Ethan Doctrove, Jedd Joseph, Mickel Riviere, Keygan Arnold, Lee Solomon, Garvin Serieux, Dominic Auguste, Tyran Theodore, Simeon Gerson, Ackeem Auguste. (PR) 


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