Pakistan in West Indies
Pakistan v Vice Chancellor’s XI (50 over)
WI [Digicel Twenty20] v Pakistan
Digicel ODI Series
April 23: First Digicel ODI – Beausejour Cricket Ground
April 25: Second Digicel ODI – Beausejour Cricket Ground
April 28: Third Digicel ODI – Kensington Oval
May 2: Fourth Digicel ODI – Kensington Oval
May 5: Fifth Digicel ODI – Guyana National Stadium
May 8 – 9: Pakistan 2 day practice match – Bourda Cricket Ground
May 12 – 16: First Digicel Test – Guyana National Stadium
May 20 – 24: Second Digicel Test – Warner Park
India in West Indies
June 4: Digicel Twenty20 – Queen’s Park Oval
Digicel ODI Series
June 6: First Digicel ODI – Queen’s Park Oval
June 8: Second Digicel ODI – Queen’s Park Oval
June 11: Third Digicel ODI – Sir Vivian Richards Cricket Grounds
June13: Fourth Digicel ODI – Sir Vivian Richards Cricket Grounds
June 16: Fifth Digicel ODI – Sabina Park
Digicel Test Series
June 20 – 24: First Digicel Test – Sabina Park
June 28 – July 2: Second Digicel Test – Kensington Oval
July 6 – 10: Third Digicel Test – Windsor Park
Trinidad & Tobago
Cricket Board of Control
Basil Butcher, Jr. is a former National level under 19 cricketer and tennis player in his native Guyana. Basil has been educated in the health and fitness fields by the CHEK Institute; C.H.E.K. Level IV Practitioner and Holistic Lifestyle Coach Level III. National Academy of Sports Medicine; Sports Fitness Specialist and International Sport Sciences Association as a Fitness Trainer, Fitness Therapist and Specialist in Sports Conditioning. He is also a certified Neuromuscular Therapist(St. John Method), certified Advanced Metabolic Typing Advisor Level II, certified in Functional Diagnostic Nutrition and Functional Diagnostic Medicine.
Basil has consulted with the following organizations: Guyana National Cricket Team, Demerara Cricket Board, New York Cricket Region Youth Cricket Program. He is the Physio/Trainer for the Atlantic Cricket Region U-19 and Senior cricket teams. He was the Physio/Trainer of the USA National U-19 Cricket team that played in the 2006 ICC Youth World Cup in Colombo, Sri Lanka.
He has worked with West Indies cricketers such as Ramnaresh Sarwan, Reon King, Colin Stuart and Neil McGarrell. He has worked with 7-time World Masters Power Lifting Champion and world record holder Ellen Stein, LPGA Golf Pro Mary Enright, World and National Masters swimming champion Kristin Gary and drummer Cindy Blackman. He has worked with people from all walks of life and athletes from sports such as baseball, basketball, cricket, cycling, golf, power lifting, wrestling, swimming, soccer and American football.
Basil has presented seminars and lectures in Guyana and throughout the New York Metro area on topics such as Functional Back Training, Functional Shoulder Training, Holistic Program Design, Stress and Your Health and From Injury to the Playing Field.
Basil has maintained an Integrative Performance Enhancement Coaching private practice in New York City for the past 12 years.For more info on training visit his website at www.train2vitality.com