The West Berbice Chamber of Commerce in supporting young cricketers and the development of Sports in Region, West Berbice, Region 5, will be staging a one day 20/20 cricket competition today February 28, at the C3 Recreational Park, Cotton Tree, West Coast, Berbice.
An action packed day of cricket is anticipated as the day’s activities will feature four top teams from Berbice including Cotton Tree and D’Edward Combined, Blairmont and West Berbice Combined, Universal DVD Port Mourant and Young Warriors.
The day’s activity is set to commence at 9.00 hrs with the winners of two preliminary round games set to clash in the final.
Admission to the venue is free; however the organizers will have a food sale and bar to raise funds for the less fortunate children.
According to President of the Chamber Imran Sacoor- the WBCC is delighted to be part of this initiative since it believes that investment in youths represents investment for the future. The Chamber, he said, welcomes the undertaking and urged residents to come out and support the matches. He said that the WBCC will continue to support the development of communities within which it serves.
Interested partners and sponsors are asked to support this and other initiatives. For more information persons are asked to contact 592-328-7977, 687-9009 or email [email protected] (Samuel Whyte)
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