Jul 18, 2013 Sports Comments Off on RHTYSC honours National U-19 pair
A press release from the Rose Hall Town Youth & Sports Club yesterday said the club’s Patron Beverley Harper, President Keith Foster and the Management of the Rose Hall Town Youth & Sports Club would like to congratulate Shawn Pereira and Askay Homraj on their selection to the Guyana Under-19 team.
“We would also like to congratulate Phaffiana Millington, Erica Lashley and Shabika Gajnahbi on being selected on the national Under-19 Female Team that would tour Trinidad shortly.
The Rose Hall Town Youth & Sports Club is very proud of the players and would like to encourage them to always strive for excellence and to remain focus and discipline.”
“We are confident that they would make us proud with their performance and be true ambassadors of the club and Guyana.
The Rose Hall Town Youth & Sports Club strongly believes in investing in our youths and our numerous developmental programmes including the annual cricket academy continues to produce outstanding cricketers.”
“Our official cricket sponsors – Farfan & Mendes Ltd, Bakewell, DDL Pepsi, Metro Office Supplies and Gizmos & gadgets have all invested heavily into the development of our players and we would like to express gratitude to them.
Special mention must be made to Western Union for the investment via the Junior Ambassador Programme and every one of the programmes for 2013 that has resulted in players been selected in a Guyana team.” Daniel Lewis – Under-15, Phaffiana Millington – Female Under-19; Shawn Pereira, Askay Homraj and Gudakesh Motie-Kanhai (from Albion Cricket Club) – Under-19 are among those selected.
“The Rose Hall Town Youth & Sports Club would like to express best wishes to all of our members for the upcoming cricket tournaments and also to the Guyana Team,” the statement said.
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