Regional U19 Cricket Tournament featured Online & Print: Guyanese companies show Corporate Responsibility
The West Indies Cricket Board 2013 Regional Under 19 Cricket competition bowls off today at three venues in St Kitts. As such, both BajanReporter.com and the Guyana Chronicle newspaper will be providing full and extensive coverage of the competition through reporter Rawle Nelson.
Nelson is in St Kitts and his trip and stay while in St. Kitts has been made possible by Noble House Seafoods, Wartsila Operations Guyana Inc., Real Life Management as well as P&P Insurance Brokers.
While his primary focus would be to cover the performance of Guyana’s team he will also seek to cover the performances of the other regional team while evaluating and accessing their performance and prospects for the West Indies Under 19 and Senior teams. Nelson is a senior journalist with a number of years experiences and has worked with a number of regional media houses.
BajanReporter.com is very pleased to be accessing the coverage that will be provided by Rawle Nelson and joins with Mr. Nelson in thanking the companies and individuals who made his visit a reality.
Meanwhile, Fleet Manger at Noble House Seafoods, Richard Jordan who is a former national youth player for Guyana expressed his company’s appreciation that they were once again given an opportunity to demonstrate their corporate responsibility. This, he said is part of his company’s efforts to ensure that youths regardless of race, political, social and or religious persuasion is given an opportunity to achieve their goals.
“We at Noble House Seafoods firmly believes in youth development and empowerment and its because of this belief that we have maintained our policy of lending support wherever we see the need.”
Jodan noted that the coverage being provided by nelson will aid Guyanese at home and abroad to have a better idea as to the detailed performances of the country’s national team. “What we are thankful for is that many cricket lovers, friends and family of the players will get an opportunity to know about the performances of our players.
This coverage will aid us in better understanding and appreciating what is taking place in St Kitts thus we saw the urgent need to get on board and while we are proud of our contributions we are elated that other companies and individuals saw it fit also to get immediately on board,” he stressed.
Guyana will be aiming to win this year’s tournament and while in previous years the country once dominated the under 19 tournament they would be seeking to revisit the past where they were once feared at this level.