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Friday, 03 June 2016 11:58

Under-15 North/South Classic postponed

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UNSETTLED weather has forced the postponement of the 2016 North versus South Under-15 Classic which was scheduled to be contested on Friday (June 3) at the National Cricket Centre in Balmain, Couva.

However, the Trinidad and Tobago Cricket Board is optimistic that the Under-17 and Under-19 matches will go ahead on Saturday and Sunday respectively, starting at 2 pm on each day.

Admittance is free.

The 50-overs day-night clashes, which the national selectors are using to finalise the national   squads for upcoming regional competitions in the respective age-groups are sponsored for the second year running by Vasha Foods Limited.

The TTCB said on Thursday that the re-scheduled date for the Under-15 Classic will be announced shortly.

 

Under-17 Squads

SOUTH: Cephas Cooper (Captain), Christian Thurton, Matthew Patrick, Brandon Ali, Darius Gopaul, Rohan Singh, Jayden Seales, Jarrod Samaroo, Brandon Singh, Kyle Madoo, Fiaz John, Justyn Gangoo, AvinashMahabirsingh, Amit Gopaul

 

NORTH: KirstanKalicharran (Captain), Gereeb Lewis, Michael Ambard, NavinBedassie, Joshua James, Leonardo Francis, Nathaniel McDavid, Leonardo Julien, Shaundel Emmons, Te-Shaun Allen, Ronaldo Forester, Sameer Ali, TeronJadoo, RickashBoodram

 

Under-19 Squads

NORTH: KirstanKallicharan (Captain), Keagan Simmons, Nathaniel McDavid, Jordan Warner, Brandon Maharaj, Sachin Seecharan, Joshua De Silva, Joey Samuel, Jean-Paul Rocke, Jonathan Bootan, Joshua James, Kristoff Lewis, Jerome Gibbs

 

SOUTH: SaibaBatoosingh (Captain), Adrian Paharry, Dejourn Charles, ShatrughanRambaran, Negus Smith, Cephas Cooper, EmiloGopaul, Bryan Boodram, Daniel Williams, JalanieSeales, Jabarie Mills, Shaaron Lewis, Ronnie Goddard

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