Albion Cricket Club joins fight against COVID-19
The Albion Community Centre Cricket Club will tomorrow (Wednesday, April 22, 2020), be distributing face masks to its members from 09:00h to 13:00h. Members are asked to report to the Club’s Office located in the Albion Community Centre’s Main Hall where the masks will be made available.
The Club, in a release on Tuesday evening, disclosed that this is the first of several possible activities it will be embarking upon in the fight against the coronavirus.
“The Club which is among the best in Guyana will continue to monitor the Coronavirus/COVID-19 situation very closely and provide assistance to its members and by extension the community at large as the need arise,” the Club stated.
It added: “With the Government’s COVID-19 Measures in place, the Club a few weeks ago temporarily suspended all of its cricketing activities until further notice. However, cricketers are urged to continue to keep themselves fit while being at home.”
The release from the Club also stated that with the negative impact that the Coronavirus/COVID-19 will likely have on businesses and more so sponsorship with regards to Berbice cricket, its will explore all possibilities to further assist the Berbice Cricket Board with sponsorship.
According to the Club, the sponsorship of the BCB York Business Group Under-19 50-overs tournament is already secured through the efforts of the Club and options for sponsorship pertaining to other tournaments in Berbice will also be explored.
“The Club also urges everyone to take the necessary precautions in light of the Coronavirus/COVID-19 and prays that the almighty will soon bring an end to this unwanted situation in our country and other affected countries,” the release concluded.