Guyana Jaguars secure services of Performance Analyst
The Guyana Jaguars’ management has taken another substantial step in the development of the players with the hiring of Dinesh Mahabir as Performance Analyst for the 2021 CWI CG Insurance Super 50 Cup.
This most recent addition to the Guyana Jaguars’ management team is an indication of CGI resilience in ensuring that the Guyana Jaguars have what they need to enhance player performance and team success on a consistent and progressive basis.
The decision to employ Dinesh Mahabir for the CG Regional Super 50 Cup has been derived from CGI’s interest and the importance placed on player-and-team review process, which has contributed significantly to holistic assessment and analysis. Such an approach has once again borne fruit, with CGI strategically providing an additional financial stimulus to the team in form of expertise, in an effort to give the Guyana Jaguars every chance at success from a management perspective. This decision allows the Guyana Jaguars to benefit from expertise that would assist the players to analyse and approach their game from a slightly different perspective.
The hiring of Dinesh Mahabir is fitting, since he was the performance analyst on the West Indies U19 team which won the ICC Youth World Cup in Bangladesh in 2016, and he has contributed significantly to player development, with his latest intervention being the hosting of an Online Introductory Cricket
Analytic exercise in the latter part of January 2021.
Mahabir is a Cricket Australia High Performance Coach. He began his career as a Performance Analyst with his assignment to the West Indies Women’s team, and later performed similar roles with West Indies A and developmental teams, inclusive of the West Indies Emerging Players team.
The directors of CGI strongly believe that this investment would help to reaffirm the Guyana Jaguars as perhaps the strongest team in the region, an argument that can be strengthened with the lifting of the 2021 CWI CG Insurance Super 50 Cup title by the Guyana Jaguars.
The Guyana Jaguars will begin their quest to uplift the 2021 CG Insurance Super 50 Cup on Monday 8th February, 2021 against Barbados Pride in a day/night match beginning from 1330 hours at the Coolidge Cricket Ground (CCG) in Antigua.
The Jaguars would then have other day/night encounters at the same venue against Leeward Islands Hurricanes, Jamaica Scorpions and Trinidad Red Force on
respective dates of Friday 12th February, Sunday 14th February, and Saturday 20th February, before playing their final preliminary match against Windward Volcanoes in a day match encounter from 0900 hours on Monday 22nd February.