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Guyana Jaguars players went through a fitness assessment yesterday

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15 Jan 2021 13:06 #388406 by chairman
WITH competitive cricket at the regional level set to resume next month, close to 40 potential Guyana Jaguars players went through a fitness assessment yesterday morning at the Synthetic Track located at Leonora, West Coast Demerara.
Head coach of the Guyana Jaguars Franchise, Esaun Crandon, who oversaw the assessment, pointed out that while most of the players have touched the mark of acceptable level of fitness, there is more work to be done.
“Today (yesterday) most guys have touched the mark of acceptable level of fitness, some have exceeded that mark and some are below. I think it’s a good stepping stone for us, and I must say, I am somewhat satisfied from what I saw here …. It will only get better for us as we go along, obviously everybody is not where we want them to be, but at least we know where they are,” Crandon said.

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15 Jan 2021 13:29 #388408 by chairman
Meanwhile, Crandon feels the pool of players currently available for national selection could land Guyana their tenth one-day title, adding that it’s the best set of players he have locally. Guyana have not won a title since 2005.

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