Defending champions South Zone will battle Central today in the FLOW Secondary Schools Cricekt League (SSCL) Girls? Hardball T20 Final at the Brian Lara Cricket Academy (BLCA) in Tarouba starting at 2.30 p.m.
In the line-up for South Zone will be T&T Under 19 players, Shania Abdool, Djenaba Joseph and Reanna Farrow. This team is coached by Amin Forgenie and managed by Linda Hosein.
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Central Zone will be represented by Shunelle Sawh, Hema Mahabir and Daylia Alexander who took five wickets in the Semifinal including a hat-trick.
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There would also be the third place match which bowls-off at 12.30pm between last year?s finalist East Zone and a combined team from North East & North Zones.
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President of the SSCL Surujdath Mahabir told Guardian Media Sports that to date the tournament has been excellent but his committee is still striving to make it better. “We at the SSCL never rest and say we have reached. The feedback we have gotten from this tournament has been excellent and we are going to use this as motivation to make it even better next time. I want to wish both finalists all the best in today’s match and given what we have seen so far from these two teams we are assured of quality cricket.”
Mahabir has been a visionary in leading Secondary Schools cricket and a number of his initiatives are now bearing fruits. He said, “We have a number of great administrators in Secondary Schools cricket and they work tirelessly all in a effort to deliver a quality service to our children.”
For today’s encounter admission is free and members of all the teams that competed during the preliminary rounds will also be in attendance. The Ministers of Education (Anthony Garcia) and Sport & Youth Affairs (Shamfa Cudjoe), chairman of UDECOTT (Noel Garcia), Mayor of San Fernando (Junior Regrello, chairman of SPORTT (Dinanath Ramnarine), members of the T&T Cricket Board and Windies player Merissa Aguilleira have all been invited to attend this event
Con información de: The Trinidad Guardian
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