The Young Warriors Cricket Club of Cumberland, East Canje, Berbice is extending congratulations to two of its finest young cricketers for being selected to the National Under-15 and Under-19 teams respectively.
Shimron Hetmeyer at 13 years-old is the younger brother of former National Under-19 middle order batsman; Seon Hetmyer has been called for duties with the Guyana Under-15 team to participate in the Regional tournament. He has dominated junior cricket in Berbice at all levels. He recently scored the only century in the Diamond Fire and Life Insurance Inter Zone Under-19 tournament.
A release from the Club said Linden Austin is also very young and has done well over the years at all levels. Western Union sponsors him on an annual basis and will continue to do so until he finishes playing cricket at the Under-19 level. This has contributed significantly to him making the National Under-19 team this year.
The release further stated that Austin and Hetmyer are two very talented players and the club is very proud of their achievements.
“They are part of a pool of young cricketers who are expected to be our future since so many of our former stars have moved on for various reasons. It is the club’s sincere hope that their selection can act as a motivation for all young cricketers of the club and we remind them to be well behaved at all times and, be good ambassadors for their country. Cricket has lots of money these days and you can both change your lives financially and also of your family.”
The club recently assisted Hetmyer and plans are in train to do the same for Austin. YWCC is calling on the business community and friends of cricket to help these young ambassadors of the East Canje area. Persons desirous of doing so can make contact on 623 6875.
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