first_imgHero Caribbean Premier League 2018…By Clifton RossJamaica Tallawahs Operations Manager Andrew Richardson said with crunch time approaching, the team is focused on continuing their win-streak as they prepare to tackle the Guyana Amazon Warriors in their next match set for Saturday under lights at Providence.Andrew RichardsonThe Tallawahs final squad members arrived on Wednesday while some came Monday and immediately commenced their training at the Providence Stadium. The former Tallawahs fast-bowler Tallawahs Manager, during an exclusive interview with Guyana Times Sport on Thursday afternoon, said that his players have been enjoying their time so far in the tourney and are upbeat ahead of Saturday’s clash versus the Warriors at home.“It’s always enjoyable to come to Guyana, we have had some ups and downs, we have won three in a row and we lost three in a row. But we’re looking to fix it cause now is the business end and its about positioning and hopefully we hit all our straps and correct the errors we made before”, Richardson admitted.The Jamaica Tallawahs players during their net session on ThursdayThe 37 year-old believed that his team was playing a good brand of cricket and he hopes that they can continue their win streak versus the home team and further climb the points table with play-offs approaching. “Our batting has been doing fairly decent, we have been scoring 180 plus as along as we have been defending what we post. The wicket here in Guyana has improved its look like 170 so hopefully we can capitalize on the nature of it”.Tied on 10 points with their opponents for this weekend, despite being in 4th place the former Tallawahs pacer said that winnings games and acquiring the necessary points are crucial objectives for the team. “They (points) are extremely important; the next couple of games the teams involved will determine the play-off spots. Everyone wants to be one or two, but we have to do we have to do the situation is we have one more preliminary game and we can ask our players to come good against Guyana and hopefully we can come out victorious”, he said.Former title holders, the Tallawahs have been one of the better all-round sides this season and Richardson said it’s about the team winning every match and working on their weak areas as they go forward. “We want to win every game here, we have a three game win streak and we want to pull it back at the back end we have areas we need to brush up on and now is the time” he ended.Both teams will have just one day left to fine-tune themselves ahead of Saturday night’s clash under lights at Providences which bowls off at 20:00h.last_img

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