Jul 31, 2013 Sports Comments Off on DIGICEL is proud to be part of LCPL- James
Captains aiming for winning start
Digicel’s Head of Marketing, Ms. Jacqueline James at a press conference held at the Guyana National Stadium Providence, yesterday stated that Digicel is proud to be part of the Limacol Caribbean Premier League (LCPL) adding that the company is looking towards the development of sports.
The LCPL got underway last evening in Barbados and will continue this evening at Providence with the Guyana Amazon Warriors facing the Trinidad and Tobago Red Steel.
Legendary former West Indies captain Clive Lloyd who is the LCPL Brand Ambassador said that he hopes the Limacol Caribbean Premier League (LCPL) will be a memorable one.
Lloyd who led the region to glory in the 1975 and 1979 world cup tournaments stated that he is happy to be involved. “I am proud that a Guyanese company is the title sponsor”, he added.
Former West Indies opening batsman Gordon Greenidge who is the coach of the Trinidad and Tobago Red Steel said that he wants to see attractive cricket. “LCPL is a new venture and this tournament will showcase talent and enhance the players and teams as well. We need to lift West Indies cricket that has been in the lows for sometime”, said Greenidge.
He thanked the sponsors, wished both team well and said he hopes that fans will enjoy the matches.
Head coach of the Guyana Amazon Warriors Roger Harper lauded the sponsors and indicated that everyone is willing to show case their talent. “The support from the franchise owner is tremendous, we are looking forward to do well and play in good spirits, I am looking forward to pick a team that can play in any conditions” stated Harper.
Meanwhile Captain of the Amazon Warriors Ramnaresh Sarwan said he is looking forward to the competition. “I am working hard on my game and I will try to be consistent, I am hitting the ball well”, he added.
Captain of the Trinidad and Tobago Red Steel Dwayne Bravo stated that Guyana have a balance team and expects the youngsters to do well.
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