Universal Sports Store supports Independence T20 Cup

May 24, 2013 | By | Filed Under Sports 

 

The Universal Sports Store has supported the Berbice Cricket Board\Berbice Chamber of Commerce Independence T20 Cup which is scheduled to be played on Sunday at the Albion Sports Complex.
Yesterday at their East Street Office Managing Director of the store Andrew Budhan handed over a cheque to the Secretary of the Berbice Cricket Board Angela Haniff which will assist to offset expenses for the tournament.
Additionally, the store has sponsored the prizes for the youngest player in the competition, the most outstanding batsman, bowler and the most valuable player in the final. Speaking at the handing over, Budhan said they are pleased to be associated with tournament while Haniff in return thanked Universal Sports for his support.

Managing Director of the Universal Sports Store Andrew Budhan hands over the cheque to BCB Secretary, Angela Haniff.

The tournament will be played as part of celebrations to mark Guyana’s 47th Independence Anniversary and will see four exciting teams namely Universal DVD Berbice Titans, Karibee Rice Tigers, BK International East Coast Demerara Jaguars and Georgetown Lions battling for supremacy and over one million dollars in cash and prizes.
Some of the players expected to be on show are Narsingh Deonarine, Assad Fudadin, Veerasammy Permaul and Devendra Bishoo. Patrons will have an opportunity to win fabulous gate prizes including cell phones, MP3 players and hampers among other tokens from various companies.
Action gets underway at 10:30 hrs, the two semi finals will be played during daylight followed by a cultural ceremony. In the evening, the atmosphere will be transformed with the light up of Big Screen Projectors, Cheer Leaders, and the final under floodlights that will illuminate the night – the best Albion has ever seen.
Admission to the venue is $500 for Adults and gates will open from 09:00 hrs.

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