Mar 17, 2016 Sports
The Rose Hall Town Youth and Sports Club, MS would be playing three different Cricket teams in this year Berbice Cricket Board Under-17 and Under-19 tournaments. The Club, according to the Secretary/CEO Hilbert Foster was forced to do so due to its large junior membership which keeps expanding daily. With the Club’s success on and off the cricket field plus its historic achievement of receiving a National Award, the Medal of Service, the demand for membership had been overflowing.
Membership to Guyana’s leading youth and sports organisation is free and members benefit from the Club’s numerous youth development programmes. The RHT Bakewell Under-17 team would play two teams in this year’s Memorex Under-17 tournament, while the RHT Metro Female Team would also be playing in the tournament as part of an agreement with the Berbice Cricket Board. The BCB had agreed to allow Guyana’s only female team to play at the Under-15, Under-17 and Under-19 levels in order for them to play at a competitive level and improve themselves.
In addition, to the Metro Female team at the Under-19 level, the Rose Hall Town Pepsi Under-19 team would also fielding two teams in this year’s BCB tournament. The Under-17 ‘A’ team would be led by Guyana’s junior player Kevlon Anderson with Keith Simpson as his Vice Captain while Berbice Under-15 player Chanderpaul Govindan would lead the ‘B’ team, while Simon Naidu would be his deputy. West Indies female cricketer Shemaine Campbelle would lead the Metro Females in both tournaments with fellow West Indies player Erva Giddings as her Vice-Captain.
The Rose Hall Town Pepsi Under-19 ‘A’ team would be led by former national Under-17 all-rounder Brandon Prashad with Kevlon Anderson as his deputy, while Govindan would also lead the ‘B’ Under-19 team with Renaldo Williams as his vice.
The long-serving Secretary/CEO Hilbert Foster noted that playing three teams in one tournament is not only unheard of in Guyana’s cricket but is a very expensive one as well but the RHTYSC is determined to make sure that all of its members fulfilled their true potentials.
The Cricket Development Committee of the Club is also determined to expose its younger cricketers to a higher level of the game as part of their personal development.
Rose Hall Town Bakewell ‘A’ team – Kevlon Anderson (Captain), Keith Simpson (Vice), Junior Sinclair, Surendra Budhoo, Kevin Sinclair, Brandon Corlette, B. Yadram, Tyreece Sealey, Revaldo Williams, Ronaldo Rowe, Quinton Crandon, Justin Gobin, Joshua Wilson, Taqwah Ross, John Mankarran.
Manager: Hilbert Foster
Rose Hall Town Bakewell Under 17 ‘B’ – Mahendra Gopilall, Vijay Gopilall, Chanderpaul Govindan (Captain), Simon Naidu (Vice), Haresh Fernandes, Assif Bacchus, Kristoff Williams, R. Ramoutar, Kelroy Fraser, Matthew Pattaya, Lucas Arthur, Chad Munroe, Dwain A Bascome, Tyreece Park, Dwayne Williams, Matthew Prass, Shawn Cort and Tejram Dayaram.
Keith Hicks – Manager.
Rose Hall Town Metro Females – Shemaine Campbelle (Captain), Erva Giddings (Vice-Captain), Melaine Henry, Plaffiana Millington, Marian Samaroo, Sheeneta Grimmond, Nagma Budhoo, Sherica Budhoo, Sherica Campbelle, Shauna Vanderstoop, Shabika Gajnabi, Diana Prahald, Akeena Arokuim, Roseann Charles, Melissa Kyle, Aliesha Hicks and Alicia Williams.
Ravin Kissoonlall (Manager).
Rose Hall Town Pepsi Under ‘19’ A – Brandon Prashad (Captain), Kevlon Anderson, Sylus Tyndall, Junior Sinclair, Keith Simpson, Surendra Budhoo (wicket keeper), B. Yadram, Brandon Corlette, Joshua Gobin, Azam Khan Kevin Sinclair, Quinton Crandon, Shade Cameron, S. Johnny, Joel Pike, Ronaldo Rowe and Simon Naidu.
Hilbert Foster – Manager.
Rose Hall Town Pepsi ‘B’ – Chanderpaul Govindan (Captain), John Mankarran, Tyreese Sealey, Assif Mohammed, Chad Munroe, Justin HareshFernandes, Joshua Wilson, Taqwah Ross, Vijay Gopilall, Mahendra Gopilall, Mattew Pattaya, Gideon Benn, Tyreece Park, Mattew Prass and Lucas Arthur.
Keith Hicks- Manager
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