The Rose Hall Town Youth & Sports (RHTY&SC), Club Gizmos & Gadgets First Division cricket team has been outfitted for the remainder of the current season by its official sponsor, Gizmos & Gadgets which handed over uniforms.
The City based entity, located at Wellington Street and North Road has been sponsoring the Rose Hall Town Gizmos & Gadgets First Division team over the last four years.
RHTY&SC Secretary/CEO Hilbert Foster thanked Gizmos & Gadgets Management, especially CEO Ravi Mangar and Marketing Manager Ewart Sampson for their continued support over the last four years, describing the relationship between his club and the entity as successful.
Under this partnership, the Club has produced its only Test player Assad Fudadin, while Shemaine Campbelle has also played for the West Indies female team. The likes of Rajiv Ivan, Delbert Hicks, Dominique Rikhi, Clinton Pestano, Loyydel Lewis, Shawn Pereira, Shailendra Shameer, Arif Chan, Askay Homraj, Phaffiana Millington, Daniel Lewis, Brandon Prashad and Erva Giddings have all represented Guyana at different levels.
The uniforms contribution Foster disclosed is in addition to the annual sponsorship of $250,000 which allows the Club to invest in youth development.
It was disclosed that the club in the next few weeks be restructuring its First division team with special focus on youths while several other players would be released. The Club would also for the first time be playing guest players from Demerara under a special arrangement with Mr. Alfred Mentore of the Demerara Cricket Club.
These players include West Indies T20 star Christopher Barnwell and Trevon Griffith.
Marketing Manager of Gizmos & Gadgets Ewart Sampson in handing over the uniforms expressed his Company’s satisfaction with the way the club was representing its brand. Sampson noted that they were pleased to be associated with the Club and would continue to do so in future. He also wished the Management of the all the best in the future.
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