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Haiti defeats Guyana’s Golden Jags in round 2 of CFU championship – 15th Nov 2012

Guyana’s Golden Jaguars started round 2 of the CFU championship losing 1-o against Haiti. They face hosts Grenada on Friday and French Guiana 2 days later, in a group described as tough by Head Coach, Jamaal Shabazz. The other 2 teams in the Group are Hosts, Grenada and French Guiana. They played to a 1 all draw last evening also.

Shabazz said, some players are cold at the moment, so he will have to shake things up a bit in order to get them firing for this round. Guyana topped group 2 in the previous round with wins over Curacao and St. lucia and a loss to St. Vincent and the Grenadines.

While they will be looking to up their game to the levels seen in the FIFA 2014 qualifiers, there are still some admin issues distracting the team. Capitol News’ Gordon Moseley spoke with Shabazz in Grenada, and he said, that 3 players who were supposed to travel with the team to Grenada did not show up at the Airport, even though they had no problems with the stipend.

And The west Indies Cricket test now playing in the first test in Bangladesh has an uphill task to try and dismiss the Home side. West Indies Declared its first Innings at 527/4 after centuries from its oldest player Shiv Chanderpaul, 203 not out, its youngest player Kieran powell, 117, and its wicket-keeper, Denesh Ramdin, 126, not out. The weaker Bangladesh side ended day 3 on 455/6, just 72 runs short of WI score. The test has so far belonged to the oldest cricketer in this series Chanderpaul, who drew level with West Indies Greatest all-rounder, Sobers’ tally of 26 test centuries. Only another Great batsman Brian Lara with 34, has more centuries in tests for WI players.

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