Dwayne J Bravo inaugurates ‘Champion Way’ to Paramveers Cricket Complex

Cartersville, GA: Legendary West Indian all-rounder Dwayne J. Bravo, popularly known as Champion, inaugurated ‘Champion Way’ – the road leading to the Paramveers Cricket Complex in Cartersville – Rydal (North of Atlanta, GA) recently. Owners of the Paramveers Cricket Complex, Jayesh and Sima Patel along with the Paramveers Management were present during the inauguration ceremony which was anchored by USA Cricket Hall of Famer Jatin Patel. 

Speaking on the occasion the Champion said, “I am so happy to be part of this project that I want to thank Mr Patel for inviting me here this afternoon. We cricketers sometimes discuss among ourselves the possibility of the game growing in the US, which is the largest sports market in the world, and what kind of impact it will have on the game and the players. And seeing Mr Patel’s dream and vision, I can very well say that cricket in the US is on the growth path, and I think this is the right step. My fellow teammates, the likes of Chris Gayle, Kieron Pollard, Andre Russell all of us are very committed to see cricket develop in the US and I think what Mr Patel is doing is a great step towards that.     

“I know there’s a lot of work to be done but in life once you have a vision and you have a dream, anything is possible and that’s the most important thing. Mr Patel, I firmly believe that you’re on the right track and I feel privileged and honored to be one of very few cricketers that you choose to invite here this afternoon,” added Bravo. 

The Paramveers Cricket Complex is now close to 60 acres with the recent expansion added to the original 40-plus acres facility during 2021. Privately owned by Jayesh, Sima and Param Patel, this complex has been a dedicated home of Paramveers Cricket Club since 2014. The facility also houses the youth academy established primarily for the development of the game among the younger generation in the region. The facility, which consists of six full-size cricket grounds (80 yards boundary), is being developed with the aim to make it one of the major cricket facilities in the Southeastern part of the United States. 

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