Bigger, better Guinness in the Streets football tourney launched

-tournament to become a national event

By Iva Wharton

It just gets simply bigger and better. This year’s Guinness in the Streets football tournament will see the addition of two new zones in Berbice and Bartica while some 32 teams will contest the Georgetown leg of the tournament.

That announcement was made at the 2012-2013 launch of the Georgetown leg of the Guinness in the Streets championships yesterday at the Banks DIH Limited Thirst Park venue by Carlton Joao, Banks DIH Sales and Marketing Executive.

Joao said this year the company hopes to have a truly national football tournament which was not possible last year.

“What happen in that period and the lead up to that was that we did not have a …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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