A Rose Blooms Down South
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On arrival in ATL, I was greeted by G Goche.Cool guy.We went down to the stadium to catch the guys just before the start of training.I jumped in and was introduced to the fellows.
Ravindra Singh (LHB) - opener; 18-year-old prosect with decent technique
D Ravindra (LHB) - opener; attacking player
MP Bacchus (RHB/RF) - allrounder; lively pace and powerful striker of the ball
NA Darving (RHB) - typically most consistent middle order player on team
TI Moore (RHB/RFM) - decent seamer; upright seam and pretty accurate
NI Child (LHB/WK) - exceptional gloveman; mediocre batsman
G Goche (RHB) - top opening batsman; has all the strokes
MS Sanga (RHB) - great technique in the top order; not a natural opener though
S Jayasu (RHB/SLA) - useful batsman and accurate left-arm spinner, but doesn't turn it much
R Shahim (LHB) - attacking middle order batsman
S Peru (RHB/RM) - medium paced swing bowler
DAdJ Mukesh (RHB/WK) - decent gloveman; moderate batsman
R Gibbons (RHB/LFM) - sharp pacer; depends on angle more than movement
MW Wilson - CW Player
BC Cunningham - CW Player
DP Tucker - CW Player
AAA Collins - CW Player
DJ Dent (RHB/RM) - solid allround cricketer
First session with them was pretty good.Facilities are a lot better than in Trinidad but the atmosphere's not.The guys are pretty skillful and I will certainly enjoy playing with them.
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