Jun 12, 2018 Sports
The Rose Hall Town Youth & Sports Club, MS is preparing for a very hectic July/August, 2018 period when schools across Guyana would be on vacation. Guyana’s most dynamic youth and sports organisation would be hosting over 40 major activities during the holidays for youths. The two major programmes that the ten cricket teams of the Club would be hosting in July/August, 2018 are the 28th Annual Cricket Academy and the 12th Annual Republic Bank Summer Camp.
Asst Secretary Simon Naidu stated that the Cricket Academy would be held from Monday 9th to Friday 20th July, 2018, at the Area ‘H’ Ground.
The Rose Hall Town Youth & Sports Club would be catering for one hundred youths between the ages of twelve to eighteen years old. Sixty Club Members would be part of the Cricket Academy while forty non members would be accepted. The Academy would be conducted by Level III Coach Winston Smith with the assistance of several Pre Level One Coaches from the Rose Hall Town Youth & Sports Club. The Club would provide all the necessary cricket gears and educational materials for the Academy, while the top performers would also be honoured.
The eighteen years old Asst Secretary stated that the main objectives of the two weeks Cricket Academy are to make sure that every Club Member is properly prepared to play the game, that they understand their roles as Ambassadors of the Rose Hall Town Youth & Sports Club and are educated about the rules and tradition of cricket.
Parents interested in having their children enrolled in the Academy can call Club Secretary/CEO Hilbert Foster on 337-4562 to do so.
The five weeks Republic Bank Holiday Camp would also start on Monday 9th July, at the Area ‘H’ Office of the Club. The main aim of the Camp is to assist Primary School Students to make a successful transition to Secondary School when the new school year begins in September. The Camp would cater for 50 students who recently wrote the National Grade Six Exams and would be conducted by a Senior Educator. Students would be taught Maths, English A, English B, Social Studies, Geography and Basic Spanish. They would also be involved in a series of lectures on topics of importance to them including Peer Pressure, Importance of Education, Choosing Friends, Personal Hygiene and Public Manners.
The Holiday Camp participants would also be involved in basic Cricket Coaching with the Rose Hall Town Youth & Sports Club, MS Coaching Staff as part of the Club’s Say Yes to Sports Programme. Naidu disclosed that the Club is currently accepting applications from students for the Camp with priority being given to those from the Rose Hall Town, Port Mourant, Tain, Belvedere and Cropper Primary Schools. Application forms are available at the Rose Hall Town Youth & Sports Club Area ‘H’ Office.
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