Queen Street Tiger Bay fails to advance despite win

Dwayne Lawrence (no.11) of Festival City scoring the fastest goal in the tournament in 18 seconds during his team’s victory against Kitty Weavers in the GT Beet Futsal Championship

Despite securing a 5-4 win over Agricola in their final group-A fixture, Queen Street Tiger Bay failed to join the likes of Sparta Boss and Festival City in the knockout round as they were bundled out of the inaugural GT Beer Futsal Championship on Sunday.

Table tennis camp deemed a success

Some of the participants pose for a photo opportunity along with GTTA President Godfrey Monroe, GTTA General Secretary Linden Johnson and Gervy Harry, Administrative Officer attached to the Department of Sport.

The recently-concluded seven-week table tennis camp which was conducted by the Ministry of Education/Department of Culture, Youth and Sport/National Sports Commission in collaboration with the Guyana Table Tennis Association was deemed a success.

Just Call Me Boss lives up to name

Rising Sun President’s Cup meet

Handlers of Just Call Me Boss accepting the large winner’s trophy compliments of the Trophy Stall of Bourda Market. (Orlando Charles photo) 

Even if it was just for one day, Just Call Me Boss was in charge of all local thoroughbreds. Yesterday, the Dark Brown Gelding galloped to a shocking gate to pole victory in the feature C and Lower, eight furlong event of the President’s Cup staged at the Rising Sun Turf Club.

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