592 Beer/I-Cool Water softball cricket tournament bowls off on May 18

first_imgTHE inaugural 592 Beer/I-Cool Water 10/10 Softball Cup, which was recently launched at Ansa McAl Corporate head office, Beterverwagting, East Coast Demerara, is expected to begin on May 18.The tournament, which is open to all teams across Guyana, is being sponsored under the 592 Beer and I-Cool Water brands and is organised by the Demerara Softball Cricket Association (DSCA).According to DSCA’s Samuel Kingston, the registration fee is $12 000 per team. Each team will also receive one case of 592 Beer, one case of I-Cool Water and a pack of tournament balls ahead of their opening match.Kingston further revealed that a special yellow supreme ball is the official ball of the tournament.The balls are only available at Trophy Stall in Bourda Market or at the match venues on match days.According to the organisers, the use of any other ball by any team will result in immediate disqualification of that team.Teams who have signalled their intention to compete so far are: Farm XI, Speed Boat All Stars, Omesh XI, De Hoop All-Stars, Success All Stars, Super Stars, Lusignan All Stars, Regal All-Stars, Park Rangers, HS All Stars, Ariel All Stars, Boots All Stars, Grill Masters XI, Canje All Stars, Corriverton All Stars, Edinburg All Stars and Young and the Restless.Registration is still open and teams may contact the following persons: West Demerara – Omesh on 675-7961, Essequibo Coast – Patrick Rooplall 671-5697, Berbice – Roy Jaferalli, Georgetown and East Bank Demerara – Samuel Kingston on 692-8815.Matches will be played in Berbice and Georgetown.last_img read more

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GOC appoints African Origin Travel and Sports Tourism official Glasgow 2014 ATR

first_imgThe Ghana Olympic Committee has appointed African Origin Travel and Sports Tourism as the Authorised Ticket Reseller (ATR) for the 2014 Commonwealth Games.As Ghana’s ATR for the Games, African Origin becomes the sole authorised organisation responsible for the sale of event tickets for the Commonwealth Games.The Ghana-based Travel and Tour Company will also be responsible for providing hospitality services and packages to Ghanaians who want to be part of the Games.A release signed by Richard Akpokavie, Secretary General of GOC noted: “The GOC appointed African Origin after a detailed application and screening exercise following an earlier public advertisement for prospective candidates to apply for the ATR”.Ghana will be making its 15th appearance in the CWG in Glasgow, from 23rd July to 3rd August 2014.last_img read more

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