Feb 26, 2012 Sports Comments Off on Historic Coaching and Educational posters unveiled by RHTY&SC & BCB
Cricket Development in the Ancient County has been taken to another level
on Saturday February 18, 2012 when the Berbice Cricket Board (BCB) and the Rose Hall Town Youth & Sports Club (RHTY&SC) unveiled two educational and coaching posters.
The multi coloured posters were published as the two entities continued their collaborative efforts to ensure that every Berbician player is properly groomed and prepared for the responsibility to represent the County and Guyana.
Chairman of the Berbice Cricket Board Special Events Committee and Secretary/CEO of the Rose Hall Town Youth & Sports Club Hilbert foster stated that the posters are the first to ever be published by a County Board in Guyana and this is with the aim of enhancing the knowledge of young cricketers.
The posters were the first two of six the organisations plan to unveil and would be shared with cricket clubs, NGOs, schools and business places in Berbice. The first poster features the pictures and career records/profile of the 15 Berbicians to play Test Cricket, the Berbice All Time Cricket XI along with advice to youths on education and drugs.
The second poster informs readers of what cricket is, the ways a player can be dismissed, umpire signals, positions on a field, the pitch and twenty facts about Berbice cricket including records. The BCB PRO disclosed that the posters would assist young players about knowing the game more so that they would be in a better position knowledge wise which would assist them being better players for their team, County and country.
Coaches would also have more educational aid materials to conduct coaching sessions as the Board strives to expose every Berbice youth player to the required knowledge. Foster also stated that posters on batting, bowling, fielding, wicketkeeping and physical fitness would also be done.
BCB President Keith Foster challenged all clubs in the County to work along with the Board beyond the call of duty to lift the standard of the game even higher in Berbice. The Board is fulfilling its mandate and has even surpassed its greatest expectations with numerous historic achievements.
The vibrant BCB President called on the clubs who received posters at the presentation to make maximum usage of them and to hold educational sessions with all of their members to improve their knowledge and understanding of cricket.
Representatives of the twenty-clubs at the launching complimented the Executive of the Berbice Cricket Board for their visionary leadership while pledging their continued cooperation in the future.
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