Oct 22, 2010 Sports
BCB extends sympathy to family
The President and Executive of the Berbice Cricket Board have extended sympathy to the family of the late Mahindranauth Dhaniram of Chesney, Albion especially his two sons Sudesh and Sunil.
Dhaniram passed away on Monday last at his home after a prolonged period of illness and according to a release from the Board, they would like to acknowledge his contributions towards the development of cricket in Berbice.
“Two of his sons Sudesh and Sunil represented Guyana at both senior and junior levels with great success and Sudesh also represented the West Indies ‘A’ team in 1983 when he was considered a potential Test opener. Sunil since his retirement from First Class cricket in the West Indies has gone on to play for Canada on the International stage.”
“Mahindranauth Dhaniram played a major role in his sons cricketing career and was their role model via his personal commitment and discipline. Mr. Dhaniram also guided several players in the Chesney area and was a major force in the Chesney Cricket club in the 1980’s and early 1990’s.
The Berbice Cricket Board was grateful for his input over the years and would like to reassure the Dhaniram family of our full support and prayers. May the soul of Mahindranauth Dhaniram rest in peace and may God Bless and guide his family through these dark and difficult times.”
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