BCB looking to restart season in September
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Region Six REO, Navindra Persaud, accepts the donations from BCB secretary Angela Haniff in the presence of executive Lyken Edwards.
Region Six REO, Navindra Persaud, accepts the donations from BCB secretary Angela Haniff in the presence of executive Lyken Edwards.

… donates stickers to RDC

THE Berbice Cricket Board (BCB) is currently in the process of looking to restart their 2021 cricket season with September being their projected time for action.
Among other contentions, the board will be monitoring improvement in the weather while disclosing that all of the players have been fully vaccinated.
BCB president Hilbert Foster, along with executives of the board, would like to extend an official invitation to all clubs to attend a very important meeting on Wednesday, August 11.
Each club will be allowed one delegate at the meeting. Masks are compulsory while all COVID-19 regulations will be in effect.
BCB secretary Angela Haniff and executive member Lyken Edwards visited the office of the Executive Officer of Region Six, Navindra Persaud, to hand over a quantity of ‘Take the COVID-19’ stickers to the RDC.
The stickers were printed by the proactive board as part of its social awareness outreach programme and would be placed on vehicles in an effort to get persons to take the vaccine..

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