The Patron, President and Members of the Rose Hall Town Youth & Sports Club has
extended congratulations to one of its own members, Assad Fudadin on his achievement of scoring his fifth first class century against Trinidad and Tobago in the West Indies Cricket Board Professional Cricket League. Fudadin, who was recently named the best Rose Hall Town Youth & Sports Club cricketer in the 25 year history of the club, has been described as a positive role model to every one of its members who are all proud of their club mate.
In a release from the club, Fudadin has been described as a perfect example of the club’s formula of success – sheer hard work, discipline, dedication, faith in the God we serve; honesty and a strong desire to succeed against all odds. Despite some failures at the start of the season, we were confident that it would only be a matter of time before Assad started to perform to his high standards, the club said.
“We wish him the best in the remaining matches and all of us are confident that he would shortly be regaining his place in the West Indies team. The Rose Hall Town Youth & Sports Club is very proud of Assad Fudadin and wishes to reassure him that he would continue to be in our daily prayers.”
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