CRICKET officials continue to rally to the cause of the less fortunate in society in the midst of the crisis caused by the current covid19 pandemic.
The officials have been moved by the lockdown measures which have taken its toll as hundreds have been forced onto the breadline, even as cricket itself has been seriously affected.
Recently the Central Zone Cricket Umpires and Scorers' Association organised an impressive food hamper project which attracted the support of its top officials and members of the rank and file.
Chairman Anthony Sanowar and vice-chairman Kellman Kowlessar said they were both very happy that their colleagues could come together and chip in to provide food relief to numerous families who have been hard-hit with the loss of jobs and mounting bills to pay.
Among those who were engaged in the humanitarian effort were Mohan Moonoo, Kevin Clarke, Fareed Khan, Joanna Cuffy, Noy Francis, Aftaz Mohammed, Mozac Rahamut, Renee Persad and Lalman Kowlessar.