The Guyana Harpy Eagles have named their 14-man squad for the West Indies Cricket CG United Super50 Trophy, which starts later this month.
The Guyana Cricket Board officially announced the squad on Friday afternoon, noting that all-rounder Keemo Paul and opener Chandrapaul Hemraj are injured.
Notably, long-serving Head Coach Esuan Crandon is no longer in the role, with Ryan Hercules, who was previously the Assistant Coach, moving up.
Garvin Nedd has been appointed as the Assistant Coach.
The selectors have also named Akshaya Persaud, Junior Sinclair, Antony Adams, Matthew Nandu, Ronsford Beaton and Shamar Joseph as reserves.
Below is the full release issued by the Guyana Cricket Board.
The Guyana Cricket Board (GCB) has announced a 14-man Guyana Harpy Eagles (GHE) squad to participate in the Cricket West Indies Regional One-Day 50-Overs Tournament, 2022.
The noticeable omissions in the squad are international players Keemo Paul and Chandrapaul Hemraj due to injuries.
Quentin Sampson, who scored 85 against a strong Berbice contingent (in the just-concluded Inter-county), is the lone newcomer.
The squad includes three specialist wicketkeeper/batters Tevin Imlach, Kemol Savory, and Anthony Bramble, all of whom have demonstrated immaculate form and/or fitness.
Sensational West Indies batsman Shimron Hetmyer adds strength and value to the GHE batting line-up, while an informed Leon Johnson leads the national team side once again.
Guyana Harpy Eagles opening their challenge for the coveted CG United Super 50 Championship trophy against Windward Islands Volcanoes in a Day/Night encounter.
This year’s Regional Tournament will comprise two groups in the preliminary rounds as follows:
The GHE squad: Leon Johnson (Captain), Veerasammy Permaul (Vice-Captain), Tagenarine Chanderpaul, Gudakesh Motie, Shimron Hetmyer, Romario Shepherd, Kemol Savory, Sherfane Rutherford, Tevin Imlach, Quentin Sampson, Anthony Bramble, Nial Smith, Kevin Sinclair and Clinton Pestano.
The management staff: Albert Clements (Manager), Ryan Hercules (Head Coach), Garvin Nedd (Assistant Coach), Angelica Holder (Physiotherapist) and Kheshava Ramphal (Cricket Analyst).