The Rose Hall Town Youth & Sports Club on December 15, 2010 received the Guyana Cricket Board’s Club of the Year Award at the Umana Yana.
The award was the fourth of its kind for the Club having won it before in 2004, 2005 and 2009 and is one that is viewed with pride as it comes on the heels of a highly successful year in which the Rose Hall Town Youth & Sports Club undertook a record breaking 107 projects and programmes.
In a release the club informed that, “The entire Executive and Membership are delighted that our efforts has been recognised and would like to dedicate our 2010 Cricket Club of the Year award to the official sponsors of our cricket teams – Farfan & Mendes Ltd, Bakewell, DDL Pepsi, Gizmos & Gadgets and metro Office and Computer Supplies. The sponsorship of our different cricket teams have allowed the club to properly develop its players to be individuals who fully understand the importance of being role models and ambassadors.
“Our success on and off the cricket field are also theirs and we wish to reassure the five official sponsors that we cherish and appreciate the support and that the Rose Hall Town Youth & Sports Club in the future would continue to be one of success and vision. We would also like to acknowledge the contribution of our numerous other sponsors especially those who contribute directly to our cricket development programmes like GT&T Cellink, Guyana Beverage Company, Banks DIH Ltd, Mings Products Ltd and the Church of Jesus Christ of latter Day Saints.”
“Special mention must also be made of the support of the media especially Kaieteur News, Guyana Chronicle, Guyana Times, Stabroek News, DTV-8, NCN and LRTVS CH10. On an individual basis, we would like to acknowledge the assistance of Franklyn Wilson, Sean Devers, Calvin Roberts, Avinash Ramzan, Rovindra Madholall, Rajiv Bisnauth, Claude David, Marlon Munroe, Donald Duff, Gregory Rambarran, Tamica Garnett, Alethea Grant and Michael Gordon for their co-operation in making sure that the general public is kept abreast of our work.
Finally, the Rose Hall Town Youth & Sports Club would like to dedicate the Club of the Year award to every resident of our township of Rose Hall Town. Over the last 20 years we have received support of the highest standard from our residents and this award would not have been possible without their support.
The entire membership has recommitted itself to greater success in 2011 and we are confident that at the end of next year we would make it a hat-trick of Club of the Year Awards after 2009 and 2010. We look forward to working with every shareholder in Guyana as we continue to work hard to make God’s world a better place for all of us to live in on the Cricket field where we are the defending Berbice Champions at the Under-15, Under-17, Under-19, Under-23 and Female levels, we are also confident that with players like Dominic Rikhi, Eon Hooper, Shemaine Campbelle, Shawn Pereira, Lloydel Lewis and Erva Giddings supporting the Crandon brothers, Assad Fudadin and Delbert Hicks our success would continue.
We would also like to congratulate Royston Crandon on his Domestic Cricketer of the Year Award and Shemaine Campbelle on being named Female Cricketer of the Year. We are on top of the world and with the grace of God we intend to stay there.”
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