August 24, 2016

Limacol and the Guyana Amazon Warriors on board with the DCC Summer Camp

Manager of the Amazon Warriors, Omar Khan, on Friday presented a cheque towards the Demerara Cricket Club (DCC) Youth Summer Camp 2016. The donation was made on behalf of the Guyana Amazon Warriors team and its owner, Dr. Bobby Ramroop of the Limacol and CPL Group.
This is the second consecutive year that the team has supported the summer camp. It should be noted that two players from the Demerara Cricket Club (DCC) represented the Amazon Warriors in the 2016 Caribbean Premier League (CPL). Those were Christopher Barnwell and Paul Wintz.
At the handing over ceremony, Omar Khan encouraged the youths to make the best use of the summer camp and the opportunity it

Omar Khan, Manager of the Guyana Amazon Warriors, presents the donation to Alfred Mentore, President of the Demerara Cricket Club (DCC). Also in photo is Ian John - Vice President of DCC, Coach Garvin Nedd and some of the participants in the Summer Camp

Omar Khan, Manager of the Guyana Amazon Warriors, presents the donation to Alfred Mentore, President of the Demerara Cricket Club (DCC). Also in photo is Ian John – Vice President of DCC, Coach Garvin Nedd and some of the participants in the Summer Camp

presents to them. He also reminded them that they are personally responsible for their own success and the advancement of their cricketing career and that whatever they put in will determine whatever they get out of the game.
President of DCC, Alfred Mentore, accepted the donation on behalf of the Club and extended gratitude to Khan, the Amazon Warriors and Mr. Bobby Ramroop for their continued support and commitment to the annual summer Camp. He stress the timeliness of this contribution which will come in very handy in offsetting cost and contributing to the success of this youth camp. The Youth Camp is in it’s first week with programs planned for the other two weeks to include lectures on Umpiring, History of cricket, Public Speaking, Food & Diet along with Fitness and Health.  Mentore also encouraged the youngsters to make the best of the Cricket Camp, and emphasized that participating in sports is a good way of learning and encouraging personal discipline and responsible behavior amongst young people.  He also emphasize the need for many more such camps which will foster the growth of the game, an important nursery for the young kids and an introduction phase where youths learn the basics and fundamentals of the game.  The summer camp is being led by our longstanding coach Garvin Nedd whom has been the most successful youth coach in Guyana, and the evergreen former West Indian player Travis Dowlin whom has always given solid support to the club and its programmes.