Cameron praises GCB for Jaguars success

KINGSTON, Jamaica (CMC) – President of the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) Dave Cameron has praised the Guyana Cricket Board (GCB) for the success of the Jaguars in the Professional Cricket League (PCL) which ended on Monday.

The Jaguars formalised their position at the top of the table with an innings and 10 runs victory over Windward Islands Volcanoes, on, the final morning of the final round of matches at Windsor Park in Dominica.

Cameron said the achievements of the Jaguars underscore the work which the Guyana Cricket Board has done to overcome a number of challenges in recent times.

The WICB President referenced the successes of the Guyana Under-15 and Under-19 teams, and commended GCB president Drubhadur and his team for bringing another championship to their country.

“The news of this latest achievement has come as a great delight to all of us at the WICB, and on behalf of the directors, management and staff, we express congratulations and best wishes for continued success to the Jaguars,” said WICB president, Dave Cameron.

“This championship is a remarkable achievement and everyone involved must be commended for their hard work. They proved to themselves and everyone else what can be attained with the right level of determination and commitment.”

Cameron said that the R4Day again highlighted the tremendous talent in the region and he was satisfied that the inaugural season of the PCL had achieved some of its objectives.

“This season, the R4Day was played under a franchise format and there were some teething issues as you can expect with any new system,” he said.

“We have learnt from those experiences and will put things in place to make the next season much more fulfilling, but we are happy with some of the results and the talent exposure that we have seen this year.”

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