Feb 04, 2009 Sports Comments Off on Berbice to launch cricket season with inter zone match
The 2009 Berbice Cricket season would be launched on February 15 with the Berbice Board hosting a special Inter-Zone match featuring West Berbice / New Amsterdam / Canje against Lower & Central Corentyne at the Rose Hall Canje Cricket Ground.
According to a Board release, plans are in train to have the match as an annual affair as the season opener. The 40-over clash will feature players the likes of Andre Percival, Delbert Hicks, Jonathan Foo, Seon Hetmyer, Keon Joseph and Maxie De Jonge. Clubs are encouraged to prepare themselves accordingly as the season proper will bowl off one week after the Inter-Zone match.
Efforts should be maximized to get grounds and pitches in shape while the players are also encouraged to get themselves in top physical and mental shape for what would be a very hectic and competitive season with tournaments at all levels including females.
Tournaments already assured for this season; the inaugural ABS 40 over first-division, Spready’s Bakery under-19 Cup, Tenelec 50 overs first-division and an under-17 50 overs inter club which is expected to be launched shortly. A number of 2008 competitions are to be completed including the New Building Society and Upper Corentyne Demerara Bank, both 2nd Division tournaments.
Clubs needing more information can make contact with the Board office on 333-2375.
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