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Cricketers bat for Cerebral Palsy society

Friday, September 28, 2018
Dwayne Bravo of Trinbago Knight Riders during the Hero Caribbean Premier League (CLP) finsemi-al on September 16 between Guyana Amazon Warriors and Trinbago Knight Riders at Guyana National Stadium, Guyana on September 11. Photo by:Randy Brooks - CPL T20

The Cerebral Palsy Society of T&T in collaboration with Healthnet Caribbean Limited and the Lab Medica Group will be hosting a Celebrity T-20 Cricket match at the Brian Lara Academy, Tarouba today for fundraising efforts.

Several T&T T20 personalities will be playing including Trinbago KnightRiders captain Dwayne Bravo Guyana Amazon Warriors captain Rayad Emrit, Trinbago Knightriders’ Denesh Ramdin, Kevon Cooper, Khary Pierre, Amir Jangoo, Akeal Hosein, Nicholas Pooran, Kieron Pollard, Imran Khan and Lendl Simmons among others.

Healthnet CEO Richard Ramrekha spoke about the initiative, saying "When Devindra Maharaj, a member of the Cerebral Society spoke to me about the idea at first, we decided right away that this was something we would definitely undertake because it is an effort to really create awareness and make a worthy contribution to the society and those affected by cerebral palsy. All proceeds from the match will go towards the Cerebral Society and we are inviting everyone to be part of the effort.

“We pitched the idea to the cricketers, many of them who are coming off the CPL season and we must extend our gratitude to every one of them who will be giving of their time to put on a show on Saturday and contribute to this worthy cause,” Ramrekha added,

Gates open at 4 pm and the match starts at 6 pm. Tickets are priced at $100 and admit two persons on that ticket. These tickets are available Healthnet branches nationwide (Phone 285-4636) and Suzuki Marine (222-6590) and are also available at the venue on game day. All proceeds will go towards the Cerebral Society of Trinidad and Tobago.


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