Steve’s Jewellery donates trophies for GPF athletics c/ships

The Guyana Police Force will be holding its 59th track and field championships at the Police Sports Club ground, Eve Leary as part of its 175th anniversary and already corporate businesses have begun to support the event.

One such business is Steve’s Jewellery of Church Street which recently donated the trophies for the top teams.

On Friday Steve’s Jewellery proprietor handed over to Corporal Linden Matthews of the GPF the trophies for the overall winning team as well as the teams placing second and third.

 

In the picture above, Corporal Linden Matthews, left receives the trophies from Steve Narine proprietor of Steve’s Jewellery.
In the picture above, Corporal Linden Matthews, left receives the trophies from Steve Narine proprietor of Steve’s Jewellery.

They also donated trophies for 100m A Class event, which is usually keenly contested and eagerly looked forward to.

The championships will be held from July 20-24.

 

 

 

 

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