Last week Guyana celebrated its 50th anniversary of Independence. In the post-colonial narrative of the Caribbean, Guyana has always been an enigma.
Leaders Merry Boys will look for its fifth consecutive win of the National league two-day season today and tomorrow against fifth placed Alescon Comets at the latter's home ground in round five.
Merry Boys, which won the UWI T20 tournament in January, has also shown its skill in the longer version. In the last round, Merry Boys escaped with a four-wicket win over Caldrac. The leaders required 139 to win from 21 overs. Aneil Kanhai and Aaron Alfred both struck 28 to help Merry Boys get to the target with 11 balls to spare. Comets will hope for an outright win this time around, after drawing with Powergen in round four. In another key match, second placed Queen's Park will travel to Wilson Road to battle fourth placed Clarke Road. All matches bowl off at 10 am.
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