The Guyana Floodlight Softball Cricket Association (GFSCA) has made a donation of US$2,600 or G$520,000 to Sean Devers, who has been diagnosed with a brain tumor and will need surgery to remove it.
In a release the GFSCA noted that, “It was recently brought to our attention that Mr. Sean Devers, a very prominent and leading contributor to Guyana, Regional and WI Cricket, has suffered a serious form of illness. Mr. Devers is known to us all. This news came to us as a shock, especially since he recently participated in the commentary of our last finals in December, 2011, the Bakewell Cup and seemed quite fine to us.”
“We the members of the GFSCA, believes that serious problems require speedy and decisive action. Not all talks. Hence our management opted to take the lead position in trying to assist Mr. Devers. On the behalf of the GFSCA and our associate websites www.guyana-cricket.com and www.Caribbean-cricket.com, which are hosted and managed by Mr. Peter Gonsalves, we wish to advise that we have managed to raise the sum of US$2,600 or G$520,000 equivalent, which we will now present to Mr. Sean Devers. Of this sum, US$1,000 was contributed to him by the above mentioned web sites (www.guyana-cricket.com and www.caribbean-cricket.com).”
“We are aware that other individuals and organizations have offered to assist Mr. Devers. We take this opportunity urge them to hasten in their efforts as time is of great importance,” the release stated.
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