The Regal Masters, who currently in Florida where they are competing in the 13th edition of the Florida Cup this weekend, have expressed confidence that the team will win the tournament.
After an intense training session and a team meeting on Thursday at the Brian Picoloo Park, the Guyanese Masters team are seeking to win their opening fixture against Tri-State Masters then take it one step at a time to the final on Sunday.
Team Manager, Mohendra Arjune spoke of the team’s chances and said they are well prepared to bring the Cup back to Guyana to make everyone proud.
Team skipper, Trouy Kippins said “we are confident and will not take any team lightly. We don’t know what the other teams have planned but we know Regal and we know our plans. We are here to win.”
Florida Cup 13 has attracted 16 teams in two categories; All Stars for males any age, and the masters category for males over 45 years of age.
This year’s tournament was organised by the South Florida Cricket League to commemorate Guyana’s 50th Independence Anniversary, and runs from 11th to the 13th March at the Brian Picoloo Park with the finals set for the Central Broward Recreational Park on Sunday.
Regal Masters team: Trouy Kippins (C), Mahendra Hardyal, Eoin Abel, Longsford Klass, Peter Persaud, Eric Thomas, Raymond Harper, Laurie Singh, Rudolph Baker, Rudolph Rodrigues, Mohamed Rafi, Mahesh Chunilall, Fazleem Mohamed, Shawn Massiah, Amarnauth Boodhoo, Mohendra Arjune (Manager) and John Ramsingh (Media Manager)