Mar 31, 2010 Sports
ICC World Twenty20 West Indies 2010 Tournament Director, Mr. Robert Bryan paid a courtesy call on Guyana’s Minister of Youth, Sports & Culture, Dr. Frank Anthony, yesterday at his office and presented him with a personalized “Bring It” bat; the second of ten to be given out around the Caribbean.
Though ICC WT20 matches will be played in four countries, Bryan noted that, “This event belongs to the entire region and is something of which all West Indians should be proud. The Caribbean will be hosting its second international cricket tournament within three years and we are looking forward to seeing our relatives and friends from neighbouring countries, coming to celebrate this occasion and enjoy the cricket with us – and indeed with the rest of the world. We have included some of the other islands in our promotional campaign so that everyone can get a taste of the ‘Bring It’ fever as we count down to the start of the event next month.”
It will be 30 days to Tournament from today March 31. Minister Anthony, admiring the personalized “Frank Is Bringing It!” slogan written across the blade, was delighted to receive the bat – which is a replica of the giant bats that have been erected across the four host nations (Barbados, Guyana, St. Kitts and Saint Lucia).
He pledged his support for ICC WT20 WI 2010, and placed his newest acquisition prominently among various awards and memorabilia which he has received over the years.
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