Oct 16, 2015 Sports
Form part of clubs developmental programme
The Cricket Developmental Committee of the Rose Hall Town Youth & Sports Club is set to host a double wicket competition for the club’s junior cricketers from the Under-13 to Under-19 level.
The brainchild of the club’s Secretary/CEO Hilbert Foster, the competition would be played over a period of four days at the Area ‘H’ ground. Foster and club Coach Collis Butts would spearhead planning for the tournament which is expected to have at least 20 pairs competing. This tournament is one of several new ideas that the Rose Hall Town Youth & Sports Club would be implementing among efforts to develop players while they gain experience.
The other proposed programmes include a six-a-side cricket tournament, individual cricket tournament (one player versus another), playing friendly matches against other clubs as well as playing developmental ‘B’ teams in all tournaments organised by the club.
Special emphasis would also be placed on hosting and visiting clubs outside the Ancient County.
Among the junior players expected to be part of the double wicket tournament are Jason and Kevlon Anderson, Junior Sinclair, Denzil Sinclair, Brandon Prashad, Surendra Budhoo, Joel Pike, Joshua Gobin, Brandon Corlette, Sylus Tyndall, Joshua Wilson, Keith Simpson, Simon Naidu, Chanderpaul Govinda, Quinton Crandon, Chad Munroe, Samuel Lewis, Rudradeo Ramotar and Avinash Seenarine.
Foster explained that one experienced junior player would be paired together with an inexperienced player with special emphasis on developing a culture of working together for success. The winning pair would receive a trophy (each player) as well as a cash incentive.
Meanwhile, the club is inviting interested young players to join the club as early as possible, membership is free.
Members enjoy a wide range of benefits including cricket gear, educational assistance and personal developmental programmes.
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