T20 showdown today at Providence

— as Guyana Festival enters second day

The stage has been set and the battle lines drawn for what should be a grudge match between two sides boasting some of the finest cricketers this country has ever produced.

This afternoon’s T20 match at the Providence National Stadium between the President’s XI and the Masters’ XI is part of a much bigger act, the inaugural Guyana Festival, an event which showcases the best that Guyana has to offer in several genres.

The brainchild of the Ministry of Tourism, the objective of the Guyana Festival is to  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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