W&H Rambaran Assists DCB
W&H Rambaran Mariner Outboard Engines is on board with the Demerara Cricket Board (DCB) for its Youth Summer Camp which is scheduled to be launched on Monday August 25, 2014 at the Demerara Cricket Club ground at 09:00h.
This company was founded in the early 1990s and, according to a press release from the DCB, “Its aim is to propel Guyana into the 21st century to make its customers’ boating experience better in the long run. W&H Rambaran Mariner Outboard Engines is the number one on the water, and supplies Mariner and Mercury outboard engines, spare parts and accessories,” the press release stated.
The DCB one- week Summer Camp will focus on U-15 and U-17 boys and girls across Demerara, and caters for 25 boys and 10 girls from each age group.
Each day would have two sessions, one in the morning from 09:00-12:00h for the U-15s, and one from 13:00-15:00h for the U-17s. These sessions will be spearheaded by DCB head coach Garvin Nedd who will be supported by Clive Grimmond. The entire camp will be supervised by the GCB Territorial Developmental Officer, Colin Stuart.
Special emphasis would be placed on the technical aspects of batting, fast bowling, and spin bowling. The aim of the camp is to challenge, improve and develop the younger cricketers’ ability, widen their knowledge of the game, and make them more appreciative of it.
To be eligible for the U-15 programme, players have to be born on or after September 1, 2000 and for the U-17, on or after September 1, 1998. Those interested can contact the DCB office on 223 5479 or Garvin Nedd on 617 9381.