By Clifton RossGuyana Under-19 Head Coach Julian Moore praised his young side for another Regional milestone after the 5-time Regional 50-Over champions returned home of Thursday, following their dominance in this year’s Cricket West Indies (CWI) Championships.Guyana Under-19 cricket team along with Director of Sports Christopher Jones (right) and GCB Secretary Anand Sanasie (right) strike a pose with the Golden Arrowhead following their return home after winning the CWI regional 50-Overs title for a 5th straight yearMoore and his team led by skipper Bhaskar Yadram defeated the hosts Windward Island in their final match on Wednesday at Arnos vale in St Vincent and the Grenadines, to win the coveted limited overs title for the fifth straight year. The Guyanese finished with 27.8 points, 5.5 points ahead of Trinidad & Tobago and Moore told Guyana Times Sport following their arrival at the Eugene Correira Airport on Thursday, that he was proud of his boys despite not retaining the 3-Day title.“Obviously we went with a motive to win both tournaments it didn’t go our way in the 3-Day. We did some soul searching and the guys were pumped up to go and win the one day tournament to redeem themselves and we did just that,” the Coach said.Julian MooreThe stars of the match were Kevelon Anderson who 4-26 with pacers Qumar Torrington 3-26 and Joshua 2-23 helping to mow down Windwards for 105 in 33.5 overs. Kevin Sinclair, the in-form Guyanese stroke maker then hit 39 and shared a third-wicket stand of 63 for the third wicket with Sachin Singh who made 27 not out to help Guyana lift another Regional title.Speaking on the perfromances of the players, Moore was overly excited at the prospects of a few of his players making the future West Indies U19 team after they managed to mature to a championship level during the tournament.“I think a lot of the guys did well, we can point to everyone and say they have a bright future, once we have the right systems put in place. Bhaskar has a long way to go and Joshua Persaud and Ashmead Nedd have played U19 for West Indies before so it’s just about those players transitioning to the senior levels”. Moore explained.The former youth batsman was further pleased on the way his players went about their business, further pointing out that he was confident from the inception with regards to Guyana continuing their dominance at the Regional senior and junior levels. “We got Qumar Torrington, Joshua Jones who took the most wickets for us in the one day tournament. Traditionally Guyana has always been a good bowling side but this year our pacers dominated along with Yadram and Anderson, the especially pacers led from the front so I think we have a lot of talent but we have to nurture it and push it forward.”Concluding his interview, the Berbician said he now plans to continue working with his players while he will also be on a mission to further develop his prowess as a national cricket coach. “It’s always important to win for your country and I’m proud of myself and the guys especially the contributions of the GCB. So I’m satisfied with the run I had so far”, he ended.
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Three suspected murders over the past 24 hours in the city have sent residents into a tizzy. The police have been unable to identify the victims or ascertain the motives behind the killings.The first body was recovered from Ranihat Bridge on Tuesday. Two bodies, one from near SCB Medical College and another from OMP Market, were recovered on Wednesday. All the victims have deep cuts in their necks. Lack of information regarding the killings has sparked rumours of a serial killer on the loose. “In order to divert our attention from deteriorating law and order situation and inefficient police, some people are adding colour to the cases and alleging that a psycho-killer is behind the murders… they appear to be cold-blooded murders,” said a shop owner in Malgodown.The police have stepped up night patrolling and the homeless are being told to sleep at shelter homes. “People are being asked not to sleep alone in isolated places,” said city DCP Akhileshwar Sing.
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