‘Rainforest Water Break’ added to Kares One Guyana T10 Blast
- free 'Kidz Zone' head to National Stadium
Banks DIH, through their Rainforest Water Brand, has given more support to the Kares One Guyana T10 by implementing a ‘Rainforest Water break’ during the matches at the Enmore Community Centre ground on August 5 and at the National Stadium, Providence, on August 12.
Brand Manager for Water Products, Colin King, indicated they were impressed with the tournament in its early stages, and now rain caused the tournament to extend playing days, they want to be more integral in keeping the cricketers and match officials hydrated.
Banks DIH also reaffirmed their commitment to hosting the free ‘Kidz Zone’ at the National Stadium, aback the Green Stand.
The children will enjoy free rides in the child-friendly zone, including a bouncy castle and free ice cream, soda, snacks, and water for the young.
Co-Director of the tournament, John Ramsingh, said, “Banks DIH have demonstrated their generosity previously, but this is above and beyond. Words are not enough to say thank you. With this excellent idea, parents will have peace of mind with their children in the safe zone while they [parents] either play or watch the action on the field. It is a win for everyone.”
The action will continue this Saturday, with the remaining three Super Eight games at the Enmore Community Centre ground, East Coast Demerara.
Rain last weekend forced the extension of the competition from its originally planned two-day duration, with matches being rolled over.
On Saturday, The United Crew will face Tarmac Titans from 10:00h; Village Rams and V-Net Vipers will clash from noon; and Team Corruption will battle Avinash All-Stars from 14:00h.
The three winners from these matches will join Eccles All-Stars in the semi-finals.
The semi-finals and final of the 32-team competition will be held on August 12 under lights at the National Stadium, Providence.