Jamaica Cricket Association: ‘When Team India comes to play, we earn a lot’, JCA Chief’s statement after President’s gift
Ram Nath Kovind: President of India Ram Nath Kovind presented...
Ram Nath Kovind: President of India Ram Nath Kovind presented 100 cricket kits to the head of Jamaica Cricket Association, Wilfred Billy Haven. After which Wilfred Billy Haven, the head of the Jamaica Cricket Association, said that it is a proud moment for the people of Jamaica. He said that when the Indian cricket team tours the West Indies and plays matches at Sabina Park in Jamaica, it makes a lot of profit. Because a large number of people come to watch this match. At the same time, he said that the board benefits a lot of money from the tour of the Indian cricket team. This is the biggest way for us to earn money.
‘Proud moment for Jamaica’
Actually, Indian President Ram Nath Kovind is in his 4-day Jamaica are on tour. During this, he presented 100 cricket kits to Wilfred Billy Haven, the head of the Jamaica Cricket Association. Wilfred Billy Haven, head of the Jamaica Cricket Association, said that this is a proud moment for me, and a matter of pride for all Jamaicans who love cricket. He also said that it is a matter of great pleasure to receive such gifts from a nation like India.
‘The relations between the two countries will be better’
Jamaica Cricket Association chief Wilfred Billy Haven said that this would further improve relations between the two countries. Also, such gifts will motivate the youth of the nation to play cricket, and later many youths will play cricket for the country. Also, he gave the example of Jamaican cricketers Chris Gayle and Andre Russell. Wilfred Billy Haven said that the youth here want to play cricket, but it is a bit expensive. Because of this, most of the youth are not able to play further. At present, 17 players from Caribbean countries are playing in the IPL, out of which 4 players are from Jamaica. He said that we are working for better development of cricket, so that youth can get better facilities.