Oct 25, 2015 Sports
To renew the competitive spirit and cricket rivalry in the NDC area of La Reconnaissance – Mon Repos
on the East Coast, Lusignan Sports Club (LSC) presents its 2nd Edition RAM SLAM T/20 cricket today from 9:00am at the Lusignan Community Centre ground, featuring the 4 villages its represents, Mon Repos, Goed Hope, Lusignan and Annandale.
The event will be a family affair with side attractions including games for the kids, lots of food, drinks, and music will add to the atmosphere. Matches will feature players who have made the villages proud within recent years and include Guyana National players Brian Sattaur and Emran Khan, and emerging prospects Steven Ramdass, Rajindra Naikbaran, Kumar Bishundial and Vishnu Ramjeet. Admission is free.
In an invited comment, LSC’s president, Christopher Singh, remarked, “This event is aimed at developing cricket in these communities in the process keeping young people away from some of society’s ills such as illegal drugs, HIV/AIDS and suicide”.
Monies raised will be used to fund participation of the club in the various competitions run by respective area Boards and the Guyana Cricket Board, at the Under 15, Under 17, Under 19 levels, in inter-Association, Senior Demerara and National competitions.
Key sponsors for this year’s event are: Penko Steel Construction, PY Taxi Service, Two Sisters Car Rental, Miracle Optical, Bipta Grocery Store and Singh’s Grocery and Bicycle Store.
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