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West Indians to benefit from soft ball initiative



A number of West Indians living in South Florida stand to benefit from a new soft ball cricket league that is about to take off. 

The name of the administrative body taking charge of this is the Sunshine State Softball Cricket Association (SSSCA) and it is targeting West Indians living in the area. Ramzan Roshanali the public relations officer of the newly formed body said “This body has been set up to organised and administer softball cricket games in a professional and friendly manner in Florida, USA. We have a number of West Indians living here who long to play cricket and now we are going to address this. 

The league bowls off on January 21 and nine teams have confirmed to take part in the event at the Central Broward Regional Park, Lauderhill, Florida.

The executive of SSSCA is as follows : Devindra Devon Roy ; Vice President – Leslie Lachmansingh; Treasure – Daianand Ramcharran; Public Relation Officer – Ramzan Roshani; Secretary – Ethel Janglee; Assistant Secretary/Treasure – Lloyd Persaud. Those interested can contact SSSCA at email: info@softballca.com; Twitter: social@softball.com; Facebook: social@softball.com or 954-691-6166.

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