Inclement weather forces postponement of ‘Cricket for Unity’ T20 contest

Guyana Chronicle article.

Georgetown, Guyana - Due to the inclement weather conditions that is currently prevailing over Guyana, organiser of tonight’s ‘Cricket for Unity’ T20 clash between two teams named Kaieteur Thunders and Roraima Strikers, Dexter ‘Bushman’ Garnette is forced to postpone the contest to a later date.

A number of prominent businessmen, politicians, former West Indies and national players, administrators, disciplined service members, singers and radio personalities have confirmed their desire to play in the match that was scheduled to be played under the lights installed at the Demerara Cricket Club (DCC) ground.

When the contest bowls off at a later date, Roraima Strikers will come from Neil Barry, Lloyd Harper, Travis Dowlin, Jumo Primo, Gordon Moseley, Clifton Hicken, Orin Forde, Anthony Rigby, Aaron Fraser, Jermaine Neblette, Kirk ‘Chow Pow’ Jardine, James Bond, Lennox Cush, Colin Stuart, Alfred King and Anand Sanasie.

Kaieteur Thunders will come from Raphael Trotman, Asif Khan, Khemraj Ramjattan, Carey Griffith, Rabindranauth Seeram, Sheik Mohamed, Clyde Butts, Tony Najab, Reon King, Esaun Crandon, David Harper, Alfred Mentore, Steve Ninvalle, Lakeram Mike Singh and Ramesh Sunich.

Meanwhile, several business entities such as Ansa McAl, Wartsila, Bakewell, Industrial Supplies and Services, Diamond Auto Show, Morgan Learning Centre, Colours Boutique and Trophy Stall of Bourda Market and Hadi’s City Mall Inc., have thrown their support into the contest.

First Published In The Guyana Chronicle.

Sat, 07/05/2014 - 03:33