The Cricket West Indies tournament technical committee of the ongoing Super 50Cup has approved a player replacement for the Guyana Harpy Eagles on Sunday.
Shamar Joseph has replaced Ronsford Beaton, who has picked up an injury, for the remainder of the tournament.
“It is a like-for-like replacement, with both players being fast bowlers,” the release stated.
Joseph becomes immediately available to play, having been added to the Harpy Eagles training squad in Trinidad before the tournament’s opening.
In their fifth match, they are doing battle at UWI–Spec on Sunday against the Barbados Pride, who are fifth in the table with 22 points after three matches.
The Guyana Harpy Eagles currently sit sixth in the points table, having amassed 15 points in their four matches thus far, with three more to be played in the group stage.
The CG United Super 50 group stage concludes on Sunday, November 5.
The Harpy Eagles will be looking to win their remaining matches and push for one of four semifinal places.
The grand finale will be at 1 p.m. on Saturday, November 11, at the Brian Lara Cricket Academy. (CWI)