For the fourth successive year the Rose Hall Town Youth & Sports Club (RHTY&SC) has maintained sponsorship of the Berbice Cricket Board Annual Educational Award Scheme.
The Club’s Farfan & Mendes Under-15, Bakewell Under-17, Pepsi Under-19, Gizmos & Gadgets Under-23, First Division and Metro Female Teams on Thursday handed over $200,000 worth of educational and hygiene kits to the Board during a simple ceremony.
Assistant Secretary of the Ms. Nermala Sewdat hailed the outstanding relationship that the Club has shared with the BCB.
She noted that the Club was committed towards the development of Berbice cricket and the sponsorship was just one of many theuy have made to the board during 2010.
“We are very passionate about the importance of education for youths and that is why we invest millions of dollars each year into our Anti-Drugs and Pro-Education Campaign that targets 60,000 youths in Berbice.”
Ms. Sewdat expressed gratitude to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints and the Bernice Mansell Foundation for their support of the programme.
Secretary of the Berbice Cricket Board Ms. Angela Haniff in accepting the sponsorship hailed the continued co-operation of the Guyana Club of the year 2010 and highlighted the Club’s contribution to the development of Berbice Cricket.
Ms. Haniff disclosed that the Educational Awards Scheme would be held on the January 12 which will kick off the 2011calender of activities.
A total of 20 Under-15 cricketers drawn from across the Ancient County would each receive $10,000 worth of educational and hygiene kits.
The BCB in 2011 has set itself a target of 15 tournaments from the Under-13 to Senior levels and a total of 75 off the field programmes and projects.
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