Sep 30, 2012 Sports Comments Off on BCB Bobcat of Guyana 20/20 tournament gets underway today
Cricket fans in Berbice thirsting for more of the sport will certainly feel delighted that administrators of that region have their best interest at heart when they launch the Bobcat of Guyana second Division 20/20 Cricket Tournament for teams in the New Amsterdam/Canje area —from Kortheberadt to the No. 19 Village, this morning.
Already, several teams have signaled an intention to participate in this historic tournament including Kendall’s Union, Bristol Warriors, Sisters, Glasgow New Scheme, Flying Star, West Canje, Gangaram Strikers, Besty Ground Triple Star, Young and Restless, Celebrity Times, Canefield, Tucber Park, Seawell, East Canje, Overwinning Bible Church, Young Warriors, Goed Bananen Land, Edinburgh and Police.
However, several other tournaments are currently being played in other parts of the region forcing administrators to run off just five first round matches today. In the first encounter Kendall’s Union will play Bristol Warriors at Kendall’s Union and later on Sisters will be at home in their match against Glasgow New Scheme.
Flying Star will also come up against West Canje at Kortheberadt, while Gangaram Strykers oppose Betsy Ground Triple Star at Gangaram.
The final encounter for today will see Young and Restless opposing Celebrity Times at Goed Bananen Land. Matches start at 13:00hrs and would use red balls while the players would be outfitted in white.
The side screens will also be white and teams are allowed only one first division player per game.
Meanwhile, Public Relations Officer of the Berbice Cricket Board, Hilbert Foster, is urging all teams in the Upper Corentyne to prepare in anticipation of a similar tournament in several communities between No. 43 Village to Moleson Creek.
The Berbice Cricket Board as part of its cricket development programme is already hosting tournaments in the Berbice River District and for teams in the West Berbice Sub-zone.
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