Hamilton Gardens cricketers to be honoured

Published: Saturday | September 14, 2013 Comments 0
Hamilton Gardens' batsman Winston Warham watches as his shot eludes the grasp of Ken's Wildflower's wicketkeeper, during the Milo-sponsored Portmore Cricket Association Under-17 cricket league final at Bridgeport sports ground last Sunday. - Anthony Minott/Freelance Photographer
Hamilton Gardens' batsman Winston Warham watches as his shot eludes the grasp of Ken's Wildflower's wicketkeeper, during the Milo-sponsored Portmore Cricket Association Under-17 cricket league final at Bridgeport sports ground last Sunday. - Anthony Minott/Freelance Photographer

The Gregory Park Baptist Church family will host a church service and luncheon tomorrow morning to honour the Hamilton Gardens Cricket Club's Under-17 players who recently won the Milo-sponsored Portmore Cricket Association (PCA) League.

William White, the coach/manager of Hamilton Gardens, was in high spirits when asked about this special function.

He said the players deserved their special moment because they put in the work over the duration of the season. He also gave kudos to his management team and those who offered assistance, and issued special thanks to the Gregory Park Baptist Church for their kind gesture.

Meanwhile, in the final that was played at Bridgeport sports ground, Hamilton Gardens defeated Ken's Wildflower by four wickets. They were led by the batting skills of Winston Warham and Gifton Mullings, who both made 27 runs, while the consistent Nickoy Roberts saw his team to victory with 24 not out.

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