GABF announce male and female national squads

Tamara Hunter
Tamara Hunter
Tamara Hunter

[] – The Guyana Amateur Basketball Federation (GABF) released the names of both their male and female national squads to start training for the upcoming Caribbean Basketball Confederation (CBC) Championships, scheduled for June 6-21 in Tortola, British Virgin Islands. 

The shortlisted male squad will be made up of 31 males while the female squad will have 25 players.

Both squads are expected to be boosted during the training sessions with the addition of overseas based players, who will be coming to Guyana to try out for selection on the respective Guyana National Basketball Teams.

Darcel Harris is the Head Coach for the Men Squad and Julian Haynes is the Head Coach for the Women Squad.

Practice sessions are currently underway at the Cliff Anderson Sports Hall on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 19:00h-23:00ho and on Sundays from 08:00h to 12:00h. 

Akeem Kanhai
Akeem Kanhai

National men’s squad: Randy Richardson, Neil Wills, Kevin Emanuel, Denyson Fraser, Akeem Kanhai, Terron Welch, Neil Marks, Aminiki Archibald, Shane Webster, Chris Williams, Harold Adams, Keon Cameron, Stephan Tappin, Dwight McKinnon, Dominic Vincente, Travis Burnette, Ryan Stephney, Nikolai Smith, Jason Squires, Rodwell Fortune, Stefon Gillis, Tyrone Hamid, Ryan Gullen, Royston Siland, Jermaine Slater, Rudy James, Kurt Elias, Drumson McCaulley, Fabian Johnson, Dave Causway and Shelroy Thomas.

National women’s squad: Kristy Roberts, Natasha Andrews, Kean Andrews, Timike Joseph – De Rouche,  Lowquantor Gibson, Aleea Caesar, Sheeneeza Atwell, Natoila Primo, Amera Alphonso, Ginelle Ifill, Shenne Subrattie, Renika Prince, Jenessa Waithe, Kemika France, Suripa Swamy, Rhonda Fraser, Althea Mingo, Sonia Rodney, Tamara  Hunter, Latoya Rodney, Necosia Mitchell, Kenesha Lecock, Jenelle Belle, Shanna Chester and Nichola Jacobs.



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