The T20 Hardball Round Robin competition which organized and run by the Upper Demerara Cricket
Association, the first to be run off by the association under its new status as an independent entity under the aegis of the Upper Demerara Cricket Association, starts Saturday at the Christianburg ground.
According to President of the Association, Bradley Fredericks, several members of the Upper Demerara cricket fraternity are relieved at the recent passage of the Cricket Bill in Parliament, which allows for the Upper Demerara Cricket to operate as an independent entity outside of the ambit of the East Bank Cricket Association.
The competition, which is sponsored by a member of the Linmine Management team, Andrew Forsythe, will be held over four weekends.
The first match will be played on Saturday at the Christianburg Ground between Dora and Christianburg. Three matches are to be played on Sunday, Bosai vs West Watooka at the same venue and Royal Champions vs Coomacka and Young Achievers vs Muritaro at the Moriah Elizabeth Ground. (Jacquey Bourne)
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