Romash Munna, a former Berbice Cricket Board Executive, recently donated two cricket gear bags and one right-hand batting glove to the “Cricket Gear for Young and Promising Cricketers in Guyana” project.
This initiative is a joint effort of Kishan Das of the USA and Anil Beharry. Their aim is to provide cricket gear free of cost to young and talented cricketers in Guyana. The project is seeking new and used cricket gear which would then be distributed to promising cricketers across the length and breadth of Guyana.
Munna has been an outstanding First Division cricketer for the Rose Hall Community Centre, and also played for Young Warriors Cricket Club in the latter part of his career. He narrowly missed out on selection on Berbice teams, junior and senior, on several occasions. He now resides in Georgia, USA but continues to make meaningful contributions towards the development of cricket in Guyana.
In a simple ceremony, Munna handed the gear over to his former longtime team mate Vishal Mahabir, said he was delighted to be part of this initiative, and promised to continue contributing, when possible.
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