Ten10 softball competitions for Police Commissioner Brummell’s birthday

In appreciation of the birth anniversary of Commissioner of Police Leroy Brummell, the Guyana Police Force will be staging a grand 10/10 male and female Inter-Division softball cricket competitions next month.

 Leroy Brummell
Leroy Brummell

The event will be held on February 10 beginning from 10am at the Police Sports Club ground, Eve Leary, according to a press release.

A dominoes competition with lucrative cash prizes will also be held on the day.

Teams are invited to participate in the dominoes competition which will see the winning team receiving $100,000 and a trophy. The runners-up will receive $60,000 and a trophy with the sums of 40,000, and 20,000 along with trophies going to the next two teams.

There will also be a MVP award of $10,000 and a trophy.

Entrance fee is $10,000 per team and interested teams can contact telephone numbers 22-55402 or 601-0869 for further information.

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