2013
01.22

Manager of the Guyana T20 cricket team that ended as runners up to Trinidad and Tobago in the just concluded West Indies Cricket Board’s Regional T20 cricket competition Alvin Johnson said that despite the disappointment of losing in the final, he viewed the tournament as successful.

“The tournament was successful in terms of what we wanted to achieve,” Johnson told Stabroek Sport last night.

“We came out well in the end,” he added.

“I don’t want to get into anything political but in terms of the issues, cricket will prevail in the end,” he said.

“We knew that we were capable of beating Jamaica. The players, they were hungry for it! They wanted it! The wicket was good for batting,” said Johnson of the Guyana team…

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