AJM Enterprise ‘Mash It Up’ cricket tournament set for February 24
AJM Enterprise will host a one-day T20 tournament, dubbed ‘Mash It Up’, at the Bush Lot Sports Complex Ground, West Coast Berbice, on Saturday February 24.
Some of the country’s finest cricketers will battle for supremacy with over two million dollars in cash and prizes up for grabs. The top team will be rewarded one million dollars, while other clubs will also be rewarded.
Four teams in the West Berbice area will be on show, namely AJM defending T20 champions Cotton Tree Sports Club, D’ Edwards Sports Club, Achievers A and Bush Lot Sports Club.
The day’s activity will commence at 09:00h and the final will be played under lights. There will be big screen, commentary and live scores at the venue with Crown Vibes International providing sounds.
This tournament will bring a Caribbean Premier League (CPL) atmosphere, the organisers have promised. Cheerleaders will be on show, in addition to other side attractions.
AJM Enterprise aims to develop cricket in the West Berbice area and provide quality entertainment to the cricket-loving population.
Notable senior Berbice cricketers Seon Hetmyer, Leon Swamy and Suresh Dhani, who tasted success in a recent tournament, and young Arif Khan, a Guyana Under-15 player who plies his trade for Cotton Tree, are expected to be on show.
This event is sponsored by AJM Enterprise and Jumbo Jet and powered by Banks DIH Limited.
The top clubs in West Berbice will once again benefit from this initiative as they did in December last year.
AJM Enterprise had hosted a second division T20 tournament across West Berbice, and Cotton Tree had walked away with one million dollars on Boxing Day.
D’Edwards were runners-up and they were rewarded with $500,000.
The Cotton Tree boys are the team to beat in recent times as they have showed dominance across the West Berbice area, recording commanding wins.
AJM Enterprise will also reward the outstanding players from the tournament, with the selection of an all-star team, which will battle in lucrative tournaments across Guyana.