Cricket fans invited to see Regional T20 games live at DCC

January 5, 2013 | By | Filed Under Sports 



Demerara Cricket Club (DCC) is a long standing and prestigious organization which has just completed celebrating a great and memorable milestone of 100 years. Like any other cricket club, the DCC has given its all to the development of cricket in Guyana and the West Indies.
The Regional T20 viewing has been an annual feature on the club’s calendar and this year is no different since DCC is seen as the entertainment hub for clubs in Georgetown and to an extension Demerara.
From the previous regional T20 tournament the pulse and crowd support has always been good and we expect it to be no different in 2013.
Our aim is to create a cricket village with a similar atmosphere to that experienced in Trinidad and Tobago and St Lucia, where the games are being played. Hence, we believe that the public viewing would be undertaken in an engaging and cricket friendly atmosphere.
The fact that the public would be in an  environment which has served the game for a hundred years and produced great cricketers such as Clive Lloyd, Lance Gibbs, the Harper brothers Mark and Roger, Roy Fredericks, Keith Semple and Travis Dowlin promises to make the viewing of the games an electrifying experience.
DCC would make available surround sound system, music, food, drinks, happy hours and promotions throughout the tournament as the public support the Guyana Cricket team and enjoy pulsating cricket action.
Members of the Club and the public are invited to visit the venue to view all the games and support the Veerasammy Permaul led Guyana Cricket side in their quest to capture the Caribbean T20 Championship.

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