Sunday, June 25, 2017

MECA cricket bowls off

A CHANGE of year also means a change of sport for the Mohammed’s Electrical Coaching Academy (MECA) whose cricket clinic gets underway on Sunday morning with registration at the pavilion of the HKL Aranjuez Sports Club.
MECA officials will be on location from 9 am. to facilitate the registration process for new and returning participants. 
Registration fee is $100 for the entire season which runs to the end of the academic year in early July and caters for boys and girls aged 5-17.
Formal coaching sessions commence the following Sunday (January 22), under the overall supervision of head coach Rajindra Ramadhin, who has the assistance of a cadre of committed and dedicated colleagues, most of whom have been part of the MECA coaching set-up in both cricket and football for several years.
Many of the returning students were also part of the 2016 football season, which concluded on December 11 with Aamir Ali, who is also a promising cricketer, earning the prestigious “Randolph Bally Memorial Challenge Trophy” as the program’s outstanding participant.
Anyone seeking more information on MECA can call 756-3950 or 674-6850.