Caesar heads powerlifting body

Powerlifting has a brand new executive and Ed Caesar will be at its helm.

Following yesterday’s Annual General Meeting (AGM) at the National Resource Centre, the former Chief Education Officer was elected president of the Guyana Amateur Powerlifting Federation (GAPF) for the next year.

Ed Caesar 
Ed Caesar

Caesar was elected unopposed after former president, Peter Green declined reelection after eight consecutive years in charge.

Elections for the new executive was conducted coincidentally by Caesar who was also the Returning Officer.

Nominations were also held for the positions of Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, PRO/Organizing Secretary and Committee Members.

Farouk Abdool, Shellon Nicholas, Delton Gillis and Roger Callander were the persons voted to occupy these respective positions.

During the AGM yesterday, the Secretary and the President’s Reports for the past year were also discussed.


Magnum futsal competition targets grassroots football development

The inaugural Magnum ‘Tek Charge and Win’, Futsal Christmas Classic was officially launched yesterday at the Windjammer International Hotel and Cuisine, Queen Street, Kitty.

Johnson’s hundred leads the way for Jaguars – 1st day, 4th round

TAROUBA, Trinidad, CMC – Guyana Jaguars captain Leon Johnson hit a sparkling, fifth first-class hundred to put the current leaders and reigning three-time champions into the early ascendancy against Trinidad & Tobago Red Force in the Regional 4-Day Championship on Thursday.

CAC gold medallist Daniel favoured in Stage of Champions meet

If you are a fan of chiseled physiques, then the place to be this evening is the Theatre Guild in Parade Street, Kingston.

Sport of Kings one day meet tomorrow at Alness

Turfites get ready, the ‘Sport of Kings’ returns to the Alness Turf Club tomorrow for a grand one-day meeting.

Road to Mecca playoff rounds starts today at CASH

The Playoff Round of the Guyana Amateur Basketball Federation (GABF) 2017 ‘Road to Mecca’ tournament bounces off today at the Cliff Anderson Sports Hall, Homestretch Avenue.

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