Harpy Eagles arrive in Trinidad in quest of Four-Day title
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The Guyana Harpy Eagles squad, along with management, at the Piarco International Airport on Sunday
The Guyana Harpy Eagles squad, along with management, at the Piarco International Airport on Sunday

THE Guyana Harpy Eagles arrived in Trinidad and Tobago on Sunday for the final three rounds of the West Indies Four-Day Championship which resumes on May 18.

All of the remaining rounds in the shortened championship this season will be contested in the twin-island republic.

When the championship was suspended on February 17 after the first two rounds, Harpy Eagles were positioned in fourth on 21.4 points, still 20.6 points adrift of the unbeaten Barbados Pride, who are the defending champions.

Trinidad and Tobago Red Force, who are also unbeaten, have 38.6 points while Leeward Hurricanes (24.6 points), Windward Volcanoes (10.8 points), and Jamaica Scorpions (8.8 points) complete the table.

For the third round, Pride faces Harpy Eagles at Queen’s Park Oval; Red Force will meet Hurricanes at Diego Martin; while Scorpions and Volcanoes face off at the Brian Lara Cricket Academy.

Harpy Eagles head coach Esaun Crandon stated that Pride has always been tough given their quality, especially with their experienced batting and he does not think any different, come Wednesday.

He added, “We want to try and play our best cricket and we have not done that yet.”

Harpy Eagles’ other matches are against Scorpions from May 25-28 at Diego Martin and Red Force from June 1-4 at the Oval.

The Guyanese franchise is seeking their sixth title in seven seasons of the revamped First-Class championship.

Guyana Harpy Eagles squad: Leon Johnson (Captain), Keemo Paul (Vice-Captain), Chandrapaul Hemraj, Tagenarine Chanderpaul, Tevin Imlach, Vishaul Singh, Akshaya Persaud, Anthony Bramble, Veerasammy Permaul, Gudakesh Motie, Nial Smith, Demetri Cameron, Antony Adams, Kevin Sinclair and Ronsford Beaton.

Manager is Albert Smith; Head Coach Esuan Crandon; Assistant Coach/Manager Ryan Hercules, Physiotherapist Angelica Holder and Cricket Analyst Keshava Ramphal.

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