Campbelle to lead strong Guyana team in regional Super50 and T20 tournaments

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ImageShemaine Campbelle (left) and Cherry-Ann Fraser have been appointed captain and vice-captain respectively (Photos: News Room/February 2024) " data-medium-file="https://i0.wp.com/newsroom.gy/wp-conten ... C200&ssl=1" data-large-file="https://i0.wp.com/newsroom.gy/wp-conten ... C683&ssl=1" />West Indies all-rounder Shemaine Campelle is set to lead a strong Guyana team in the upcoming Cricket West Indies Super50 Cup and T20 Blaze, set for March in St. Kitts. The 14-member squad was selected following the conclusion of the Guyana Cricket Board’s Inter-County 50-over and T20 tournaments last weekend. The squad comprises several players with international experience, among them Campbelle, Mandy Mangru, Cherry-Ann Fraser, Ashmini Munisar, Kaysia Schultz, Sheneta Grimmond and Shabika Gajnabi. The squad reads: Mandy Mangru, Realeanna Grimmond, Naomi Barkoye, Shemaine Campbell (Captain), Ashmini Munisar, Sheneta Grimmond, Plaffiana Millington, Shabika Gajnabi, Cherry-Ann Fraser (Vice-Captain), Kaysia Schultz, Niya Latchman, Trisha Hardat, Yonette Welcome and Cyanna Retimiah. The reserves are: Letisha Jordan, Melanie Dover, Crystal Durant, Roshanna Harper, Tilleya Maramootoo, Nikesha Narine, Luerene Williams and Nidia Andrew. Manager: Treymane Smartt Head Coach: Clive Grimmond Physiotherapist: Natisha Mokutnauth See below summarised scores from the Inter-County 50-over competition Round One: Demerara defeated Essequibo by 185 runs at Malteenoes SUMMARY: Demerara Women 273 all out from 41.5 overs (Mandy Mangru 81, Cherry-Ann Fraser 68, Naomi Barker 27, Extras 60; Yonette Welcome 3-48, Nikesha Narine 2-65) vs Essequibo 88 all out from 22 overs (Lavina Ragobeer 21, Analesia D’Aguiar 16, Extras 31; Latisha Jordon 4-16, Nya Latchman 4-25) Round Two: Berbice defeated Essequibo by four wickets at Meten-Meer-Zorg SUMMARY: Essequibo 64 all out from 27.2 overs (Cyanna Retemiah 12, Latoya Williams 12; Trisha Hardat 3-5, Plaffiana Millington 3-11, Ashmini Munisar 2-7) vs Berbice 65-6 from 12.1 overs (Sheneta Grimmond 16, Ashmini Munisar 16, Tia Isaacs 11*; Cyanna Retemiah 2-28, Yonette Welcome 1-6, Kumarie Persaud 1-28) Round Three: Berbice defeated Demerara by seven wickets at Malteenoes SUMMARY: Demerara 76 all out from 29 overs (Naomi Barkoye 24, Nya Latchman 16*, Mandy Mangru 12; Ashmini Munisar 3-16, Plaffiana Millington 2-7, Trisha Hardat 2-14, Sheneta Grimmond 2-14) vs Berbice 77-3 from 14 overs (Shabika Gajnabi 24*, Realeanna Grimmond 18, Crystal Durant 11; Kaysia Shultz 1-15, Latisha Jordon 1-20, Nya Latchman 1-23) See below summarised scores from the Inter-County T20 competition Round One: Berbice defeated Essequibo by seven wickets at Malteenoes SUMMARY: Essequibo 44 all out from 14.5 overs (Varuni Pitamber 15, Laurene Williams 12; Sheneta Grimmond 3-12, Shabika Gajnabi 2-2, Ashmini Munisar 2-7) vs Berbice 45-3 from 6.4 overs (Sheneta Grimmond 22; Yonette Welcome 2-17) Round Two: Demerara defeated Essequibo by 90 runs at Malteenoes SUMMARY: Demerara 162-4 from 20 overs (Naomi Barkoye 36, Cherry-Ann Fraser 35, Mandy Mangru 33, Tilleya Madramootoo 24, Kaysia Schultz 13*; Laurene Williams 3-32) vs Essequibo 72 all out from 12.2 overs (Nikesha Narine 31; Roshanna Harper 4-6) Round Three: Demerara defeated Berbice by five wickets at Malteenoes SUMMARY: Berbice 34 all out from 15 overs (Plaffiana Millington 9, Shemaine Campbell 5, Sheneta Grimmond 5; Cherry-Ann Fraser 4-9, Nidia Andrews 2-18) v Demerara 35-5 from 13.2 overs (Kaysia Schultz 10*, Tilleya Madramootoo 4; Ashmini Munisar 1-5, Millington 1-5)

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