Rose Hall Town Youth & Sports Club

Rose Hall Town Youth & Sports Club

Founded in 1990

Articles on Rose Hall Town Youth & Sports Club

No Datesort ascending Title
1 20-Jan-2015 Farfan & Mendes Renews Support
2 17-Jan-2015 ScotiaBank Renews RHTYSC Support
3 13-Jan-2015 Foster Quits as BCB Official
4 11-Jul-2014 Rose Hall Academy Starts Monday
5 24-May-2014 RHTYSC 10th Tribute To Heroes
6 22-May-2014 RHTY&SC 24th Awards Ceremony
7 08-Dec-2013 Albion, Rose Hall In U-15 Final
8 07-Dec-2013 Berbice Div2 NBS - Dec 1
9 03-Dec-2013 Busta Champ of Champions Launched
10 12-Nov-2013 Albion, Rose Hall in T20 Final
11 23-Oct-2013 Bermine Wins Div1 T20
12 11-Oct-2013 Berbice Div 1 T20: Second Semi
13 09-Oct-2013 RHTYSC Honours Head Teachers
14 06-Oct-2013 Albion, RHT in T20 Semis
15 23-Jul-2013 RHT Award of Excellence
16 23-Jul-2013 RHT Academy Concludes
17 23-Jul-2013 13th Annual RHT Review Mag
18 09-Jul-2013 50 For Rose Hall Academy
19 04-Jul-2013 RHT To Host Sports Awards
20 03-Jul-2013 RHT Assists Young Berbicians
21 16-Jun-2013 Sports Gear For Corentyne Clubs
22 14-May-2013 Champion of Champions In August
23 14-May-2013 RHT To Host Historic Award
24 11-May-2013 RHT Honours Mothers
25 11-May-2013 E-Networks Sponsors RHT
26 09-May-2013 Western Union Renews Program
27 08-May-2013 RHT, BBCI Honour Teachers
28 08-May-2013 RHT Donates To 5 Organisations
29 06-May-2013 RHT, Ansa McAl Award of Excellence
30 01-May-2013 RHT 23rd Annual Awards
31 17-Apr-2013 Champion Of Champions On Hold
32 13-Apr-2013 Bermine Wants Gold
33 13-Apr-2013 Albion Wants Consistency
34 11-Apr-2013 RHT: Dominant And Fearless
35 10-Apr-2013 West Berbice Hopeful
36 07-Apr-2013 Bakewell Sponsors RHT Again
37 06-Apr-2013 Bakewell, Namilco Assist RHT
38 30-Mar-2013 Bridge Co Sponsors BCB Competition
39 20-Mar-2013 RHT, Young Warriors In Final
40 05-Mar-2013 Metro Sponsors RHT Females
41 01-Mar-2013 RHTYSC Congratulates Campbelle
42 16-Feb-2013 Gizmos & Gadgets Sponsorship
43 07-Feb-2013 Ming's, Universal Assist RHTYSC
44 07-Feb-2013 Rose Hall Town Edge D’Edward
45 01-Feb-2013 D'Edward, Rose Hall Town In Final
46 28-Jan-2013 RHTYSC On Chatts' Omission
47 23-Jan-2013 RHTYSC Assists UCCA
48 23-Jan-2013 FML 17th Year With RHTYSC
49 07-Jan-2013 Thank You From RHTYSC
50 06-Jan-2013 RHTYSC Helps 10-Year-Old
51 06-Jan-2013 RHTYSC 2012 XMas Charity
52 12-Nov-2012 RHT Takes Busta Title
53 10-Nov-2012 Busta Champions Match Preview
54 07-Jun-2012 6th Annual Republic Bank Academy
55 17-May-2012 Bakewell Renews RHTYSC Sponsorship
56 16-May-2012 RHTYSC, DTV-8 Recognize Mothers
57 16-May-2012 RHTYSC Deserves National Award
58 09-May-2012 DDL Renews RHTYSC Sponsorship
59 29-Apr-2012 RHTYSC Teacher/Student Programme
60 29-Apr-2012 RHTYSC, FFP Assist BFA
61 29-Apr-2012 RHTYSC Assists Several Organisations
62 24-Apr-2012 RHTYSC 2011 Awards
63 17-Apr-2012 RHTYSC, BCB Assist Rainbow Generation
64 07-Jan-2012 RHTYSC: 2011 Difficult But Successful
65 03-Jan-2012 RHTYSC Honours Teachers, Students
66 03-Jan-2012 RHTYSC Benevolent During Yuletide
67 28-Dec-2011 RHTYSC Continues To Excel
68 24-Dec-2011 BCB Responds To DCC Official
69 22-Dec-2011 Zara Apartments Educational Awards
70 16-Dec-2011 RHTYSC To Host Christmas Programme
71 16-Dec-2011 RHT Win By Walkover From Port Mourant
72 08-Dec-2011 Rikhi, Sinclair Guide RHT To 4th Win
73 18-Oct-2011 Rose Hall Town Wins Lions Title
74 18-Oct-2011 Rose Hall Town Starts On Winning Note
75 18-Oct-2011 Mahadeo Leads Rose Hall To Title
76 18-Oct-2011 Rose Hall Town Starts With Win
77 16-Oct-2011 RHTYSC Honours Outstanding Teachers
78 05-Oct-2011 Rose Hall Town Edge Blairmont
79 05-Oct-2011 Fudadin Congratulated by RHTYSC
80 21-Sep-2011 Trophy Stall Assists RHTYSC Female Programme
81 21-Sep-2011 Gizmos & Gadgets Renew Sponsorship
82 21-Sep-2011 RHTYSC Honours Corentyne Teachers
83 30-Jul-2011 RHTYSC Assists Fire Victim, Sport Orgs
84 30-Jul-2011 Beverly Harper 4th Honorary Patron
85 29-Jul-2011 Beverley Harper New RHTYSC Patron
86 24-Jul-2011 Rich Legacy Continues 21 Years
87 23-Jul-2011 Farfan & Mendes Maintains Support
88 08-Apr-2011 Scotia Bank, RHTYSC Honour Teachers
89 05-Apr-2011 21st RHTYSC Annual Awards
90 27-Feb-2011 Annual Basil Butcher Trust Fund
91 17-Feb-2011 RHT Tribute To Former First Lady
92 09-Feb-2011 RHT Females Win RHTYSC Trophy
93 09-Feb-2011 RHT, Others Go To Semi-Finals
94 08-Feb-2011 Farfan & Mendes Renews Sponsorship
95 02-Feb-2011 Universal DVD An Official RHTYSC Sponsor
96 28-Jan-2011 RHT Congratulates New Captain Fudadin
97 26-Jan-2011 RHT, Mormons Donate To Charity
98 15-Jan-2011 RHTYSC Launches $5m Campaign
99 03-Jan-2011 RHTYSC 2011 Community Programmes
100 30-Dec-2010 RHTYSC Xmas Charity Program
101 29-Dec-2010 RHTYSC Sponsors Educational Award Scheme
102 24-Dec-2010 RHTYSC is GCB Top Club
103 16-Dec-2010 New RHTYSC Execs Excited
104 16-Dec-2010 RHTYSC Enjoyed Highly Successful 2010
105 16-Dec-2010 Rose Hall Town Is Top Club
106 04-Dec-2010 Albion are 2010 Tenelec Champions
107 10-Feb-2010 Deonarine: Berbice Cricketer of the Year
108 28-Jan-2010 Rose Hall Wins Amsterdam U17 Title
109 21-Jan-2010 Gizmos & Gadgets Sponsors RHT
110 20-Jan-2010 F&M Renews RHTYSC Sponsorship
111 20-Jan-2010 RHT in Amsterdam U17 Final
112 15-Jan-2010 Teams Ready For U17 Semis
113 13-Jan-2010 RHT Wins 2009 Under-15 Tourney
114 13-Jan-2010 Butcher Fund 2nd Presentation
115 12-Jan-2010 RHTYSC Aids Essequibo Umpires
116 07-Oct-2009 Matches at Albion, Anna Regina today
117 20-Sep-2009 Albion Face Bermine, YW Play RHT
118 02-Sep-2009 Bermine Remains Unbeaten
119 01-Sep-2009 Young Warriors, Bermine, Police Win
120 02-Apr-2009 Gafoors 20/20 Semi-finals Rained Out
121 01-Apr-2009 RHTYSC Bids Farewell To Burgess
122 25-Dec-2007 Successful 2007 For RHTYSC
123 12-May-2007 Champion of Champions 2007
124 21-Jan-2007 Tense Win For RHT U-15
125 20-Jan-2007 RHT U-15 Gets $1.2M Sponsorship

RHTYSC Players


RHT Cricketer-of-the-Year 2013

Rose Hall Town, Berbice and Guyana youth batsman Ashkay Homraj, who was nominated RHTYSC Cricketer-of-the-Year 2013, receives an award during the RHTYSC 24th Annual Awards on 18 May 2014 at the St Francis Xavier Training Centre in Rose Hall Town.

RHTYSC 24th Annual Awards

Members of the Rose Hall Town Youth & Sports Club pose with their trophies during the clubs 24th Annual Awards on 18 May 2014 at the St Francis Xavier Training Centre in Rose Hall Town.

RHTYSC/TCL Academy, 2013

Coaches Winston Smith (right) and Michael Hyles-Franco (left) with the participants in the 2-week RHTY&SC/Trinidad Cement Limited cricket academy on 08 July 2013 at the Area H ground, Rose Hall Town, Berbice (Photo: Avenash Ramzan).

RHT Assists Youngsters, 2013

Sylus Tyndall (2nd left), Xavier Henry (2nd right) display gifts received from RHTY&SC on 28 June 2013, as part of the club's efforts to assist young Berbicians. At right is RHTY&SC Secretary/CEO Hilbert Foster.

Cricket Gear For RHT, 2013

RHTY&SC cricketer Eon Hooper collects several boxes of cricket balls from St Francis Community Developers coordinator Alex Foster, in Rose Hall, Corentyne, on 14 June 2013.

Western Union, RHT Ambassadors, 2013

Western Union Marketing Representative Natheeah Mendonca, presents equipment to Phaffiana Millington, in Georgetown on 9 May 3013, as part of the Western Union Junior Cricketer Ambassador program. The other recipients are (from left): Gudakesh Motie-Kanhai, Daniel Lewis, Shawn Perriera and Akshay Homraj (Photo: Avenash Ramzan).

RHT Assists Black Bush, 2013

President of the RHTY&SC, Keith Foster, presents a trophy to Jacqueline Johnson of Mibicuri Cricket Club on 8 May 2013 for the winning team in an upcoming Black Bush Polder tournament.

Rose Hall Town 23rd Awards, 2013

Participants in the Rose Hall Town Youth &Sports Club 23rd Annual Awards Ceremony, held on 28 April 2013.

Bakewell, Namilco Assist RHT, 2013

Managing Director of Bakewell, Rajin Ganga (fourth left), Managing Director of Namilco, Bert Sukhai (fourth right), RTHY&SC CEO, Hilbert Foster (second left) and Ansa McAL Trading’s PRO Darshanie Yussuf (third left) and other officials launch the RHTY&SC Champion of Champions 20/20 competition on 5 April 2013, at the Bakewell office  (Photo: Avenash Ramzan).

Metro Sponsors RHT Females, 2013

Regional Manager of Metro Office & Computer Supplies Avia Lindie hands over the sponsorship cheque to Renwick Batson of the RHTY&SC, for continuing its sponsorship of the club's female team for the sixth consecutive year, on 4 March 2013.

Gizmos & Gadgets Sponsorship, 2013

Gizmos & Gadgets marketing Manager Mr Ewart Sampson hands over the sponsorship cheque for 2013 to RHTYSC CEO Hilbert Foster, on 15 February 2013. Gizmos & Gadgets sponsors the Rose Hall Town First Division and Under-23 teams.

RHT 2012 Neal & Massy Team

The Rose Hall Town Pepsi team pose with officials and sponsors after winning the 2012 Neal & Massy Intermediate Division 50-overs competition, at the Albion Community Centre ground on 3 Feb 2013.

RHT Win 2012 Neal & Massy

Neal & Massy regional manager Wazir Ally hands over the winner's trophy to Ravi Narine, captain of the Rose Hall Town Pepsi team, winners of the 2012 Neal & Massy Intermediate Division 50-overs competition, at the Albion Community Centre ground on 3 Feb 2013.

Farfan & Mendes U-15, 2013

Farfan & Mendes Limited Marketing Officer Deylon Josiah (left) hands over a sponsorship cheque to Hilbert Foster of RHTYSC, to provide financial support to the Rose Hall Town Under-15 team for the 17th successive year.

Scotia Banks Assists RHTYSC, 2013

19 January 2013: Scotia Bank Marketing Manager Jennifer Ciprani hands over cheque for $155,000 to Rose Hall Town Youth & Sports Club Secretary/CEO Hilbert Foster, confirming the Bank’s renewal of sponsorship of the Club’s Pro-Education Programmes in 2013.

RHTYSC Donates Trophy, 2013

RHTYSC donated a huge trophy to the Upper Corentyne Cricket Association on 16 January 2013, to be played for on 27 January 2013 in a 20-overs fundraising tournament to assist in the development of cricket in Upper Corentyne.

RHTYSC Assists Simon, 2012

National female cricketer Phaffiana Millington handing over the pair of batting pads and other materials to Calvin Shemar Simon, in the presence of his grandmother and RHTYSC cricketer Eon Hooper, on 27 December 2012 in Berbice.

Berbice Umpires Xmas, 2012

Berbice cricket umpires received gifts of foodstuff and other items for Christmas 2012 from the Berbice Cricket Board. The gift items were provided by the Rose Hall Town Youth & Sports Club.

RHT Busta Team, 2012

Rose Hall Town Gismos and Gadgets pose with the winnings after completing a two-wicket win over Albion at the Area H ground in the 9th Busta ‘Champion of Champions’ final, on 11 November 2012. Also in photo are Guyana Beverage Company, General Manager Robert Selman and staff (Photo: Rajiv Bisnauth)

Busta Champion of Champions, 2012

Kandasammy Surujnarine is caught behind off Eon Hooper of RHTYSC in the 2012 Busta Champion of Champions competition final at the Area H ground on 11 November 2012. (Photo: Rajiv Bisnauth)

RHTYSC and Republic Bank, 2012

RHTY&SC Treasurer, Dawn Hicks (right) collects the sponsorship from Mahendra Ramnauth of Republic Bank, while other staff members share the moment, June 2012.

Bakewell Renews RHTYSC Sponsorship, 2012

Bakewell’s General Manager, Rajindranauth Ganga handing over the sponsorship cheque to Beverly Harper, Rose Hall Town Youth and Sports Club’s patron. Also in photo are Naeem Nasir, Bakewell’s CEO and Hilbert Foster, Rose Hall Town Youth and Sports Club’s secretary, May 2012.

RHT Outstanding Mothers 2012

Striving to maintain family values!!! The mothers honoured display their prizes in the presence of their daughters and a father, May 2012.

DDL Sponsors RHTYSC U-19, 2012

Regional Manager of Demerara Distillers Limited Albert Budhoo (left) hands over the sponsorship cheque to Secretary/CEO of the Rose Hall Town Youth & Sports Club Hilbert Foster, while other staff of DDL looks on.

 Teacher of the Term
Meliesa Williams (left), PMSS Teacher of the Term (Apr 2012) is honoured by RHTYSC member, Agnes Crawford.
RHTYSC Assists BFA 2012

RHTYSC Secretary/CEO Hilbert Foster hands over some of the items to BFA President Keith O'Jeer in the presence of Secretary, Joseph Simmons, in Apr 2012.


Rajiv Ivan receives the RHTYSC 2011 Cricketer of the year award from Clive Lloyd.

RHT 2011 awardees
Awardees from the Rose Hall Town Youth & Sports Club (RHTYSC) 22nd Annual Awards Ceremony held Sunday, 22 Apr 2012. Also in photo are Basil Butcher (right), Keith Foster (left) and Clive Lloyd (Photo by Photo Plus Studio).
RHT Kids Xmas Party, 2011

Children in a happy mood at the Rose Hall Town Youth & Sports Club Area H ground, where they attended an Xmas party hosted for them by the club, on 24 December 2011.

Mahadeo Man-Of-The-Match, 2011

Khemraj Mahadeo collects the man-of-the-match trophy after Rose Hall Town defeated Young Warriors in the final of the New Amsterdam Lions Club 50th Anniversary 15/15 tournament, in October 2011.

RHT Wins Lions Tourney, 2011

Rose Hall Town captain Shawn Perreira, receives the winning trophy after defeating Young Warriors in the final of the New Amsterdam Lions Club 50th Anniversary 15/15 tournament, on 16 October 2011, at the Cumberland ground.

New RHTYSC Patron, 2011

New patron of the RHTY&SC Ms Beverley Harper (second right), poses with (from left) Moonish Singh, Hilbert Foster, and Basil Butcher, on 24 July 2011.

RHT Assists Sports Orgs, 2011

Berbice female player Cindy Alexander (second right) of RHTYSC hands over the donation to Paul Bennett of the Youths Inc Progress Club of Central Corentyne, on 23 July 2011.

Butcher Assists Kids, 2011

Six talented Under-15 cricketers received cricket gear and educational materials from the Rose Hall Town Youth & Sports Club, under the 3rd annual Basil Butcher Berbice Cricket Development Trust Fund, in February 2011.

RHT, Mormons Charity, 2011

The Rose Hall Town Youth & Sports Club and the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints combined to donate approximately $2 million worth of items to schools, churches, and health clinics in Berbice, in January 2011.

RHT Xmas Party, 2010

June Mendes, patron of Rose Hall Town Youth & Sports Club, helps senior citizens to a hearty meal during a Christmas party hosted for them by the club, on 25 December 2010.

New RHTYSC Executive, 2011

The new Rose Hall Youth & Sports Club executive for 2011, after elections in December 2010 at the club's Area H ground and office.

RHT Wins Busta Tournament, 2010

RHT Wins Busta Tournament, 2010 (?)

RHT Wins Under-17 Title, 2010

The Rose Hall Town Bakewell Under-17 team takes an opportunity to pose for the camera after winning the 2010 Leslie Amsterdam Under-17 Memorial Tournament in Berbice.

Butcher Assists Shimron Hetmeyer, 2010

Basil Butcher (left) hands over a package to Shimron Hetmeyer of Young Warriors Cricket Club at the second presentation ceremony of the Annual Basil Butcher Berbice Cricket Development Trust Fund, in Rose Hall Town, in January 2010.

RHT Receives 2009 Telenec Trophy

Secretary of the BCB Angela Haniff hands over the Telenec Inc trophy to Loydel Lewis, captain of Rose Hall Town, on 10 January 2010 for winning the county 2009 Under-15 competition.

RHT: 2009 Berbice U15 Champs

The Rose Hall Town Under-15 team after winning the 2009 Berbice Telenec Under-15 competition at the Area H ground in Rose Hall, on 10 January 2010.

Busta Champion Of Champions, 2007

General Mamager of SM Jaleel Co, (Busta) Robert Selman, second right, hands over the Busta Trophy to Peter Ramsaroop, second left, patron of the RHTY&SC at the GCB office on 11 May 2007. Others are from left, Farouk Kudrath, assistant secretary of RHTY&SC, the Busta marketing manager and BCBC president Malcolm Peters. (Aubrey Crawford photo).

Rose Hall Town Youth & Sports Club (RHTYSC)

Rose Hall Town, about 14 miles east of New Amsterdam and with a population of 8,000, is the home of the Rose Hall Town Youth & Sports Club (RHTYSC).

Rose Hall was once owned by Dutch planters, but was later purchased by former field slaves after emancipation. In became a village in 1908 and a town 1970. The township is divided into three wards: Middle Rose Hall, East Rose Hall and Williamsburg. Rose Hall Town is a shopping and commercial hub for surrounding areas, with several banks, supermarkets and general stores.

One of Guyana's best-run clubs, RHTYSC won the national Club-Of-The-Year award in 2004, 2005, 2009 and 2010.

Name: Rose Hall Town Youth & Sports Club (RHTYSC)
Address: Rose Hall Town, Berbice
Ground: Area 'H' Ground, Rose Hall, Berbice

See Rose Hall Town Youth & Sports Page and Photo Gallery here.


RHTYSC was founded on September 15, 1990 by the St. Francis Community Developers, to "lend a helping hand in molding and shaping the lives of the young and meeting the needs of the not so young and elderly". The stated objectives of the RHTYSC today are:

  • To promote sports, education and culture as alternatives to scourge of drugs and the evil ways of Satan,
  • To improve facilities for youths,
  • To bring youths closer to the God they believe in, and
  • To make a positive difference in the lives of the less fortunate and elderly.


The clubs notable achievements include the following.

  • Produced several national and regional cricketers, including national first class cricketers Esuan Crandon, Royston Crandon, Assad Fudadin, Delbert Hicks and Andre Percival. Royston Crandon represented the West Indies in One-Day Internationals and Assad Fudadin represented West Indies 'A' abroad. Three female cricketers represented the West Indies and five played for Guyana.
  • Won national competitions in 2004 and 2005, the national female cricket championship in 2009 and over 30 Berbice cricket titles at various levels.
  • Won the national Cricket Club-of-the-Year Award in 2004, 2005, 2009 and 2010.
  • Led the restoration of the Area ‘H’ Ground in 1996 at the cost of $15M to transform the venue into a modem sports facility. The ground is owned by the Rose Hall Town Council which repaired the outer fence and constructed an inner fence this year. The club maintains the building which was constructed under the President’s Youth Choice Initiative Project.
  • Organised cricket academies, hosted the Busta Champion of Champions Cricket tournament, and sponsored educational summer camps and numerous sports competitions for youths in Berbice.
  • Produced over 150 TV programmes and 13 magazines and booklets, including an annual youth magazine.
  • Undertook numerous community projects including the restoration of the Rose Hall Kiddies Corner, Street signs in the township, small concrete bridges, anti-drugs billboards and the construction of a charity kitchen.
  • Led the restoration of the Lower Corentyne Secondary School in 1990 – 1992 at the cost of $2M.
  • Hosted 800 feeding programmes, assisted 20,000 school children, distributed $40M in clothing and footwear, $35M worth of educational and hygiene kits, $20M worth of sports equipment and $15M worth of food items.
  • Hosted over 100 annual programmes/projects including: Tribute to Heroes, Tribute to Outstanding Teachers, Tribute to Retired Teachers, Region 6 Outstanding Students Awards, Tribute to Role Model Couples, Children Mash Parade, Mother and Father of the Year among others.

Players include: 

Seniors (male): Renwick Batson, Devin Baldeo, Collis Cort, Esaun Crandon (Guyana), Royston Crandon (Guyana, WI), Assad Fudadin (Guyana), V. Gooniah, Delbert Hicks (Guyana), Eon Hooper, Surendra Kissoonlall, Lloydel Lewis, Terrence Madramootoo, Troy Mathieson, Rawle Perreira, Shawn Perreira, Clinton Pestano, Dominic Rikhi and Kellon Sinclair

Seniors (female): Shemaine Campbelle (Guyana, WI), Erva Giddings (Guyana, WI), Melanie Henry (Guyana), Phaffiana Millington, Tessa Park, Nermala Sewdat, Jacquelin Singh, Oneika Tello and Nikita Toney (Guyana)

2013 Activities

The club held its 24 Annual Awards Ceremony for 2013 on 18 May 2014. Addressing the capacity audience, Club Secretary/CEO Hilbert Foster described the period from January 2013 to March 2014 as "highly successful, despite numerous challenges".

Foster stated that the club successfully completed 200 activities and 11 of its members represented Guyana at the different levels. Other achievements included sponsorship for 32 sports tournaments in Berbice and assistance to over 40 sports organisations with equipment, uniforms and stationery.

Talented batsman Ashkay Homraj won the Cricketer-of-the-Year award and over $600,000 in prizes, including a return trip to the United States of America, compliments of Travel Span.

West Indies female star Shemaine Campbelle won the runner-up Cricketer-of-the-Year and $200,000, while national player Rajiv Ivan received $100,000 and a West Indies medallion, compliments of King’s Jewellery World for his benefit year.

Guest speaker, Junior Finance Minister Bishop Juan Edgill, praised the club's achievements and spoke about the importance of discipline to success.

Other speakers included club president Keith Foster, former West Indies batsman Basil Butcher, president of the Guyana Teachers Union Mark Lyte and Father Ramesh Vanan of the St Francis Xavier Roman Catholic Youth Club.

Keith Foster thanked the club sponsors and the other speakers praised the club's unbelievable work, both in sports and the community.

The awardees:

  • Farfan & Mendes Under-15 batsman 2013 - B. Yadram
  • Farfan & Mendes Under-15 bowler 2013 - Brandon Corlette
  • Farfan & Mendes Under-15 cricketer 2013 - B.Yadram
  • Bakewell Under 17 batsmen - Brandon Prasad
  • Bakewell Under-17 bowler - Azam Khan
  • Bakewell Under-17 cricketer - Brandon Prasad
  • Pepsi Under-19 batsman - Akshay Homraj
  • Pepsi Under-19 bowler- Keon Sinclair
  • Pepsi Under-19 cricketer - Akshay Homraj
  • Metro Female batsman - Shemaine Campbelle
  • Metro Female bowler - Erva Giddings
  • Metro Female cricketer - Shemaine Campbelle
  • Bakewell Second Division batsman - Devin Baldeo
  • Bakewell Second Division bowler - S. Shameer
  • Bakewell Second Division cricketer - S. Shameer
  • Gizmos & Gadgets First Division batsman - Rajiv Ivan
  • Gizmos & Gadgets First Division bowler - Clinton Pestano
  • Gizmos & Gadgets First Division cricketer - Rajiv Ivan
  • Most Disciplined male player - Kumar Jeer
  • Most Disciplined female player - Shabika Gajnabi
  • Most Committed member - Plaffina Millington
  • Most Improve Cricketer - Veeramootoo Senwasie
  • Most Promising Cricketer - Kevlon Anderson
  • Fielder-of-the-Year - Dominic Rikhi
  • Clubs Role Model of the Year - Assad Fudadin
  • Worker of the Year - Moonish Singh
  • Benefit of the Year - Rajiv Ivan
  • Runner up Cricketer-of-the-Year - Shemaine Campbelle
  • Cricketer-of-the-Year - Akshay Homraj
  • Most Committed Cricketer - Dominic Rihki

2012 Division 1 Telenec 50-overs:

  • (16 March at Rose Hall Town) Rose Hall Town defeated Albion by 6 wickets and advanced to the final. Albion 100 in 36 overs (D Bishoo 43, E Hooper 5-25). Rose Hall Town 103-4 in 20 overs (R Ivan 35*, J Sinclair 33, D Rikhi 15, K Mahadeo 10*, B Baldeo 2-22, S Ramcharran 1-?, B Dukha 1-?).

2012 Intermediate Division Neal & Massy 50-overs

  • (3 Feb at Albion) Rose Hall Town Pepsi defeated D'Edward Sports Club by 1 wicket to win the competition. D'Edward 114 in 32 overs (D Narine 25, J Heeralall 20, R Boodram 19, J Persaud 15, L Sukhra 15, E Hooper 4-27, J Sinclair 3-16). Rose Hall Town 116-9 in 36.? overs (D Hicks 38, D Baldeo 18, D Rikhi 15, J Sinclair 12, E Abel 3-17, C France 2-18).
  • RHTYSC reached the final of the Neal & Massy Intermediate Division 50-overs competition, against D'Edward, at Albion in February 2013.

Players include: Devin Baldeo, Arif Chan, Ingram Dey, Delbert Hicks, Michael Hicks, Askay Homraj, Eon Hooper, Rajiv Ivan, Jamal Jarvis, Daniel Lewis, Khemraj Mahadeo, Ravi Narine, Brandon Prashad, Dominique Rikhi, Jason Sinclair

2011 Activities

2011 club officials
President Keith Foster
Secretary/CEO Hilbert Foster
Assnt Secretary/CEO Nermala Sewdatt
Treasurer Dawn Hicks
Organising Secretary Ravi Narine
Assnt Organising Secretaries Shemaine Campbell and Erva Giddings
Office Manager Moonish Singh
Assnt Office Manager Dominic Rikhi
Cricket Director Patrick Lewis
Public Relations Officer Loyden Lewis
Assnt Public Relations Officer Shawn Perriera
Committee Members Surendra Kissoonlall and Shenella Mc Bean

RHTYSC continued attracting sponsors, with Universal DVD becoming an official sponsor, and Farfan & Mendes renewing its sponsorship of the Under-15 team, both in February. Also in February the RHTYSC female tea defeated the Police Sports Club female team. In July, Beverly harper, the Managing Director of Ansa McAl Trading Limited became the 4th Club Patron. She took over from June Mendes, who stepped down because of health.

2010 Activies

2010 club officials
CEO/Secretary: Hilbert Foster
Assistant Secretary: Nermala Sewdat
Treasurer: Dawn Hicks
Organising Secretary: Ravi Narine
Assistant Organising Secretaries: Shermaine Campbelle and Erva Giddings
Office Manager: Moonish Singh
Assistant Office Manager: Dominic Rikhi
Public Relations Officer: Lloydel Lewis
Assistant Public Relations Officer: Shawn Pereira
  • Organised 107 programmes and projects;
  • Under-15 team won the Berbice Tenelec Inc title in January, 2010;
  • Under-17 team won the Leslie Amsterdam title in February;
  • Under-23 team won the Peter Lewis title;
  • Female team won (1) the national female championship in February by defeating East Coast in the Guyana Cricket Board (GCB) tournament and (2) the Busta Trophy;
  • First division team won (1) the 2010 Busta Champion of Champions title, (2) the Rose Hall Town 20th anniversary trophy and (3) the Port Mourant Cricket club 20/20 tournament, (4) was runner-up team in the 2010 Ramcharitar first division 40-over competition and (5) was runner-up in the Tenelec Inc. 50-over tournament;
  • Members represented Berbice at the Under-15 level (Parmanand Narine, Shawn Perreira, Devin Baldeo and V. Gooniah), at the Under-19 level (Dominic Rikhi, Lloydel Lewis, Collis Cort, Shawn Perreira and Clinton Pestano) at the senior level (Royston and Esaun Crandon, Delbert Hicks and Assad Fudadin) and in the female team (Nermala Sewdat, Melanie Henry, Nikita Toney, Shemaine Campbelle, Tessa Park, Erva Giddings, Phaffiana Millington, Jacquelin Singh and Oneika Tello);
  • Members represented Guyana at the Under-15 level (Shawn Perreira and Parmanand Narine), Under-19 level (Dominic Rikhi), at the senior level (Esaun Crandon, Royston Crandon and Assad Fudadin) and in female cricket (Nikita Toney, Melanie Henry, Shemaine Campbelle and Erva Giddings);
  • Members represented the West Indies at the West Indies 'A' team level (Assad Fudadin) and in female cricket (Shemaine Campbelle);
  • Attracted a new sponsor in Gizmos and Gadgets for their first division team, to add to the existing list of sponsors which includes Bakewell, Farfan and Mendes, DDL Pepsi and Metro Office Supplies;
  • Successfully hosted (1) the 7th Edition of the Guyana Beverages Company-sponsored Busta Champion of Champions and (2) the 14th Annual Cricket Academy in July/August which attracted 120 young cricketers between the ages of 8 to 18 years;
  • Held the 19th Annual RHTYSC awards ceremony was held in March with over $2.5M worth of prizes, trophies and medals awarded to club members;
  • Twelve young cricketers benefited from cricket gear under the club’s second annual Basil Butcher Berbice Cricket Development Trust Fund at the cost of $300,000 and four young Berbice cricketers also received $250,000 worth of cricket gear under the second annual RHTYSC/Western Union Junior Ambassador Programme.
  • Royston Crandon won the Guyana Cricket Board's 2010 Domestic Cricketer-of-the-Year award.
  • Shemaine Campbelle won the Guyana Cricket Board's 2010 Female Cricketer-of-the-Year award.

RHTYSC won the Guyana Cricket 2010 Club-Of-The-Year award.

2009 Activities

At the Third Annual Awards Ceremony of the Berbice Cricket Board in Feb 2010, Rose Hall Town received the "Berbice Club of the Year" award.

Rose Hall Town defeated Albion by 6 wickets in the final of the 2009 Leslie Amsterdam Memorial Under-17 tournament, played at the Port Mourant ground.

2007 Activities

(Report from club secretary, Hilbert Foster)

Five senior players (Esaun Crandon, his younger brother Royston, Assad Fudadin, Andre Percival and wicket keeper/batsman Delbert Hicks) represented Berbice in the Inter-County championships. The two Crandons and Fudadin represented Guyana in the Regional Carib Beer and KFC Cup tournaments.

The club also gave some of the Under-17 and Under-19 players a chance to play first-division cricket in the absence of the senior players. They gave creditable returns in the first division, with three 12-year-olds being among them.

Shawn Perreira and Loydel Lewis took 10 wickets between them when RHTY&SC played against the Berbice Youth Squad, who were bowled out for 130 in the Telenec-sponsored BCB 50-overs first division competition. Perreira continued to torment the Youth Squad when he opposed them in the BCB Isaac Bissoon three-day competition for first-division teams with a haul of 5-12.

Rose Hall Town Windies Sports Bar reached the semi-finals of the GCB nationwide Neal and Massy competition, where they lost to eventual champions Georgetown Cricket Club.

They, however, redeemed themselves with victories in the final of the Busta Champion-of-Champions competition defeating Albion Sports Club in the final whilst their Under-19 and Under-15 teams won the George Trim Memorial and Eric Lewis Cup competitions respectively.

The seniors also qualified for the semifinals in the Berbice zone of the national Carib Beer/Pepsi sponsored Twenty20 first division competition, which is yet to be played.

Seven members of the Rose Hall Town female cricket team represented Berbice in the female Inter County competition, with national player Tremayne Smartt going on to lead Berbice. She also represented Guyana in the double-wicket competition held in Trinidad and Tobago.

Corporate Guyana continued to pour financial and other assistance to the club to assist with its feeding programmes and other non cricket activities.

RHTY&SC donated G$1.2m, consisting of gear, stationery and uniforms, to other clubs in Berbice. The club also donated stationery and medical supplies to the BCB, whilst umpire Compton Vyphius was honored for his sterling contribution to cricket. Several young cricketers were also beneficiaries of cricket gear including Ranga Lachigadu and national Under -19 opener Rajendra Chandrika.

Members of the Guyana and Leeward Islands cricket team were hosted at a luncheon where honorary membership was bestowed on Guyana and West Indies captain Ramnaresh Sarwan along with Sylvester Joseph, Omari Banks and Ralston Otto from the Leeward Islands team.

Both teams also assisted the club in its feeding programme, and Sarwan also took the opportunity to donate $100,000.00 to the club’s education fund which is held under his name.

RHTY&SC provided trophies to the BCB since March for its annual award ceremony, which was still to occur. The club renewed its sponsorship with DDL through its Pepsi Brand for the Under-19 team, Farfan and Mendes for the Under-15 team and new sponsors Windies Sports Bar (who replaced Courts Guyana Limited) for the senior teams - a total of $500,000.

The club also held several non-cricket-associated programmes during the year including "A Tribute to Mothers" programme held on Mother’s Day, and a tribute to heroes and seniors programme. The club also provided a feeding programme where the less fortunate were provided with meals.

A massive HIV/AIDS campaign by the club was ongoing in the Berbice area, targeting youths. RHTY&SC players helped spread the message for programme, which had the blessings of the Ministry of Health and was well received throughout Berbice. A monthly television show was also being used by the club on DTV 8 with two programmes, “Focus on Youth and Sports” and “Cellink Musical”, being used to educate the public.

RHTY&SC had a lot planned for 2008. High on the agenda for the club’s Competitions Committee was the organizing of several competitions which had already secured sponsors.

The club intended to work with the BCB to organize several competitions for clubs and schools in Berbice, including a bigger and better Busta Champion-of-Champions competition, and a Twenty20 competition for secondary schools, in which the winning school would receive a complete computer system and the runner-up a 27-inch TV, amongst other prizes.

Two major Twenty20 competitions for first-division teams in Berbice, one for second division teams and one for female teams, were also being planned.

Arrangements were being finalized with the Guyana Cricket Board for a Twenty20 match between Demerara and Berbice, as a tribute to former Guyana and West indies middle order batsman Basil Butcher.

The club was considering the participation of its Under-15 team in the BCB second-division competition, to gain experience for not only for Berbice or Guyana cricket, but for West Indies cricket as a whole.

Construction work on the sightscreens, outfield and pitch were also planned for 2008. The club hoped to receive its Stanford stipend from the GCB, as part of the Stanford Development Project, after having waited 18 months already.

The club thanked everyone for their contributions, especially Food for the Poor, Sterling Products Limited, Windies Sports Bar, DDL(Pepsi), GT&T (Cell Link), Banks DIH, Bakewell Limited, Ansa Mc Al, Farfan and Mendes Limited, Republic Bank (Guyana ) Limited, Guyana Beverages Company (Busta), Western Union, John Fernandes, Beharry Group of Companies, Ricks and Sari Limited, Peter Lewis, Roop Group, Metro Office Supplies, West Indies captain Ramnaresh Sarwan and most importantly, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.