Floodlights & Trophy Stall Angels heads to Crabwood Creek this Sunday
This Sunday April 5th, softball fans on the Upper Corentyne area will witness three Male / Female matches at the Crabwood Creek Cricket Ground.
Guyana Softball Cup Masters Champion, “Floodlights ” will play Corriverton Market Vendors in a T20 affair. The match starts at 9:00 am and the Mohan & Meena memorial trophy will be at stake. Floodlights will be skippered by Ricky Deonarain while the Market Vendors will be led by James Hart.
The next match will be the Patrick-Khan-led Floodlights All Stars versus Crabwood Creek / Scotsburg Combined, who will be captained by Popo Chalitar. They will play for the Bier &Prakash Singh memorial trophy, in a 15/15 contest.
The third match will see the country’s champion female team, Trophy Stall Angels taking on Karibee Girls in a 15/15 contest for the Nand Persaud memorial trophy. Trophy Stall Angels will be captained by West Indies player June Ogle while Karibee Girls will be led by another West Indian player, Shemaine Campbell.
Admission to the venue is $200 and all proceeds of these matches will go to the Crabwood Creek Baba Grant Mandir. There will be many give-aways, eg: Laptop, DVD, Hampers, T- Shirts, trophies, pharmaceuticals, Karibee Rice etc. Spectators will have a chance to win by simply keeping the half tickets from the gate, and listening for their number to be called.
This day’s events is organised by the Guyana Floodlights Softball Cricket Association. The three matches are sponsored by 4R, Nand Persaud & Co. Ltd, and Ganesh Singh & Brothers Sawmill. Give-aways will be donated by Ago Gopaul and Family, Survival Supermarket, Trophy Stall, 4R and Mikes Pharmacy.
Cricket fans are urged to turn out in their numbers and enjoy the day’s entertainment, win a prize and at the same time support a worthy cause.