West Demerara teams to take on Georgetown sides in inter-ward football

It will West Demerara versus Georgetown when the final round of the Mayor’s 79th birthday anniversary  seven-a-side inter-ward knockout tournament commences today at the Den Amstel Community ground, West Coast Demerara.

In the opening quarter-final matchup at 14:00hrs, Sara Lodge will tackle North Sophia while Pouderoyen will engage the star-studded North East La Penitence side led by the trio of Solomon Austin, Andrew Murray Jr. and Devon Millington at 14:30hrs. The third quarter final matchup

Solomon Austin
Solomon Austin
Delon Lanferman
Delon Lanferman
Devon Millington
Devon Millington

at 15:00hrs the Trayon Bobb and Jamaal Harvey-led Uitvlugt unit will oppose Kitty.

In the final quarter final fixture at 15:30hrs, home side Den Amstel led by the trident of Delon Lanferman, Andre Hector and Jeffrey Perreira will battle South Sophia.

Upon the conclusion of the quarter-final round, the semi-final stage will commence to determine the event’s finalists. Following the end of the semi-finals, the event’s final will commence to decide the tournament’s champion.

The tournament winners will receive $100,000, the championship trophy and hampers donated by Ricks and Sari Agro Industries while the runners-up will pocket $50,000, the second place trophy and hampers from Ricks and Sari Agro Industries. Additional sponsors of the event include Guyana Telephone and Telegraph Company, the Guyana Lottery Company, Giftland Officemax, MACORP, Chris Fernandes, Mark Bender, Jermaine Langevine of White Castle Fish Shop and Trophy Stall.

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