Wednesday, January 24, 2018

MECA bowls off ‘silver’ year*

MOST OUTSTANDING PERSONALITY: Leah Noel, right, receives a replica of the Randolph Bally Memorial Challenge Trophy from Shakira Arjoon of Mohammed’s Electrical Coaching Academy, at last month’s MECA football clinic awards function at the Aranjuez Sports Club.

A NEW year means a new and special season of the Mohammed’s Elec­trical Coaching Aca­­demy (MECA), which bowls off its 2018 cric­ket clinic with registration tomorrow morning at the Aranjuez Sports Club pavilion. Founded in 1993, MECA will observe 2018 as its silver anniversary year.
Officials and coaches will be on site from 8.30 a.m. tomorrow for regis­tration. As usual, sessions are conducted on Sunday mornings un­der the supervision of Tri­nidad and Tobago Cric­ket Board-certified head coach Rajindra Ram­adhin. Actual coaching is scheduled to begin on January 21 and caters for boys and girls ages five to 17. MECA’s cricket programme usually attracts over 100 students and runs for five-and-a-half months, concluding with the end of the academic year in early July.

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