The inaugural Miss Cricket Carnival pageant is set to welcome six CPL nations including St. Kitts & Nevis, St. Lucia, Trinidad and Tobago, Jamaica, Barbados and Guyana who will vie for the coveted title of Miss Cricket Carnival as part of the Cricket Carnival Celebrations.
The pageant comprises of segments such as a carnival cultural wear, a bikini swimsuit competition, talent and evening gown.
Representing the gateway of the Caribbean known as St. Kitts and Nevis is Chalisa Parris. Representing the Land of Wood and Water otherwise, Jamaica is Tyra Spaulding. Representing the land of the flying fish known as (Barbados) is Beviny Payne. Representing the twin island of Trinidad and Tobago is Melanie Lawrence. Representing the Helen of the West Indies known as St.Lucia is Claire Marissa Smartt and last but not least, representing the land of many waters, Guyana is the newly crowned Miss Jamzone Queen, Amel Griffith.
Pageant coordinator, Wasim Khan stated ‘it’s a great opportunity to highlight the CPL nations not only for the cricket, but also for what each country has to offer as a tourism destination. It also gives us an opportunity to welcome our sister Caribbean nations to enjoy our unique Guyanese culture’.
Miss Cricket Carnival pageant is slated for the National Cultural Centre on Monday September 26.