EZjet flies into list of Sponsors for Guyana Independence T20 Cup
According to the Berbice Cricket Board (BCB) EZjet Air Services has flown into the list of sponsors for their Independence T20 Cup competition at Albion.
The joint Fundraising venture by the BCB and Berbice Chambers of Commerce received a cheque for US $1,000 from EZjet and its Country Manager (Guyana) Miss Rosalinda Rasul said that she has been closely following the work of the Berbice Cricket Board and is
more than happy to come on board knowing that BCB has joined with another outstanding organization… the Berbice Chambers.
Miss Rasul indicated that EZjet will soon open a ticketing office at Rose Hall Town to serve the entire Berbice. She said that she looks forward for support for her airline from Berbicians so that EZjet can continue to support cricket and other charities. The airline promises the lowest air fares for the entire year and to provide comfort and hospitality to its passengers. EZjet has already attracted large support from Berbicians.
Anil Beharry, Chairman of the Committee and Treasurer of BCB, thanked EZjet for coming on board and said that not only EZjet has flown into the list of sponsors for the event but also into the heart of Berbicians. He urged Berbicians to support EZjet when traveling to North America.
The tournament is billed for Albion Sports Complex on Saturday May 26.
Players such as West Indies Test Spinner Devendra Bishoo, Veerasammy Permaul, Jonathan Foo, Andre Percival, Gajanand Singh, Paul Wintz, Rajiv Ivan, Sewnarine Chattergoon, Richard Ramdeen, Chris Barnwell, Brandon Bess and others will be on show as teams vie for cash prizes of over one million dollars.
Universal DVD Berbice Titans, Karibee Rice Tigers, Hits and Jams Superstars and New Line Cavaliers battle for supremacy.
Republic Bank Ltd, Poonai’s Pharmacy, Balram Shane of Rose Hall, Mursaline Bacchus, attorney at law, F&H Printery, J’S Supermarket, RHTY&SC, Gizmos and Gadgets and Charrandass Persaud, attorney at law have all recently pitched in sponsorship for the event.
Spectators will have an opportunity to win fabulous gate prizes including cell phones, mp3 players, Lazy Boy suites and cricket gears, among others while there will be well stocked food and drinks bars and games for children among other forms of entertainment.
The first match is scheduled to commence at 11:00 hrs with the final to be played under lights.