Transcend’s 7-a-side Independence Cricket Festival postponed

first_imgTHE third annual Transcend Entertainment Seven-a-Side Independence Cricket Festival, which was to bowl off over the weekend (May 5-6) at the National Cultural Centre tarmac has been postponed because of unforeseen circumstances beyond the control of the organisers and sponsors.Organiser Dwight Dodson, when contacted by Chronicle Sport, revealed that a new date will be announced later in the coming week. He also revealed that as mentioned before at least 20 teams have confirmed their participation.He also noted that three more sponsors have come on board. They are Regal Stationery & Computer Centre, Movement Auto Rental & Bus Service, and Sankar’s Auto Works.Among the teams scheduled to compete are the Village Rams, Tallawahs United, Tarmac, Eccles All Stars, Outlaws and Hangover.The tournament, which has gained the backing of the National Sports Commission (NSC), is also sponsored by Superbet, Banks DIH, Ramps Logistics Ltd, Imperial Trading, Red Carpet Wash Bay, Regal Stationery and Computer Centre, Star Party Rentals, Xavier’s Investment, Movement Auto Sales, Precision Auto Works, W&J Enterprise, Fung-a-Fat Hatchery, Ole’s Jewellery, Seeta’s Bar, Regent Household Electronics, Royal Real Estate, Church’s Chicken, Fireside Grill, Magic City, S&D Enterprises, Movement Auto Rental & Bus Service, and Sankar’s Auto Works.last_img read more