Roy Frederick’s Floodlight T20…
Banks DIH has come on board with a substantial amount for the Roy Frederick’s Floodlight T20 tourney
Clive Pellew, Beverages Brand Manager handing over president of BCC, Shabeer Baksh as Branches Controller Gavin Jodhan, and Blairmont Under-19 captain Zameer Inshan looks on
which is slated for the March 19 and 20 at the Blairmont Estate Ground.
The two day event will see eight top teams tussling for supremacy; the four preliminary rounds bowls off 12:30h on Saturday with Young Warriors playing Bath Underdog, at 15:30h.
Cotton Tree Die Hard will then play West Berbice Super Kings at 19:00h.
On Sunday, home side Blairmont Blazers will take on Skeldon Gladiators and Rose Hall Youth and Sports Club will face Bush Lot United; the four winners will play in the semi-final followed by the finals.
The fundraiser will look to address the main concern of the club, covers for the pitch. Another club aim is to promote a Spelling Bee and a Math Quiz for Grade Six students in Region five to prepare them for the National Grade Six Assessment (NGSA).
Other attraction for the tournament will be a Domino and Volley Ball competition, Cartoon Characters, Ice Cream and air horns giveaway, tassa drumming, trampoline, bouncy castle, live commentary and one man band entertainment.