The Area ‘H’ Ground, Rose Hall Town would be buzzing this Sunday when the Guyana Police Force ‘B’ Division joins forces with Guyana’s leading youth and sports organisation, the Rose Hall Town Youth and Sports Club to raise funds for its Youth Against Crime Programme.
This programme targets youth in the Rose Hall Town area and is part of the Police Force’s effort to keep youth away from crime.
Club Secretary/CEO Hilbert Foster along with Assistant Superintendent Brown and Inspector Henry are spearheading this event which would involve a T20 cricket match between the RHT Gizmos and Gadgets and Police First Division teams.
The day’s activities would also involve several athletic and fun events for youth in the area which include 100m and 200m races, cycling, eating competition, donkey races and late for school among others.
The T20 match starts at 13:00hrs; RHT Gizmos and Gadgets would be led by former Under-19 Captain Shawn Perreira while Police’s charge will be led by Michael Newland.
The full teams are:
Police – Michael Newland (Captain), Andel Doris, Philburg Wilburg, Collis Cort, Albert Sinclair, Kwesi Mickle, Michael Campbell, Rocky Hutson, Kord Griffith, Kellon Henry, Clinton Lindee, Wayne Richards, Carl Campbell and Brentnol Woolford.
Manager is Terrence Brown with the Assistant Manager/Coach being Ryan Joe.
RHT Gizmos and Gadgets – Shawn Perreira (Captain), Clinton Pestano, Delbert Hicks, Brandon Prashad, Assad Fudadin, Jason Sinclair, Khemraj Mahadeo, Rajiv Ivan, Eon Hooper, Keon Sinclair, Troy Matheson, Devin Baldeo, Jason Anderson, Azam Khan and Denzil Sinclair.
Manager: Moonish Singh; Coach: Winston Smith.
Funds raised would be used by the Youths Against Crime Programme to purchase sports gear for clubs and schools in the Rose Hall Town area.
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