Trophy Stall, of Bourda Market, the country’s number one provider of trophies for sports events has thrown its support behind the Georgetown Softball Cricket League Inc., and the National Sports Commission for the staging of the Independence T20 tournament which commences today at the Everest Cricket Club.
The entity has donated the trophies for the outstanding teams and players at a simple ceremony held at its Bourda Market location.
According to a press release, Managing Director of Trophy Stall Ramesh Sunich said that he was happy to be a part of the tournament since it is Guyana’s 50th Independence Anniversary and he was looking forward to a successful tournament.
Samuel Kingston of GSCL Inc., and a former top table tennis player, thanked Sunich for the support.
According to the release, in the opening matches at 09:30am, Parika Defenders will take on Regal, Success will play Ariel and Fisherman will battle Mike’s Wellman.
At 13:30 hrs, Fisherman will take on Regal, Success will entertain Mike’s Wellman and Parika Defenders will challenge Ariel.
Tomorrow, from 09:30am, Success will play Regal, Fisherman will face Ariel and Parika Defenders will face Mike’s Wellman.
The top two teams will play in the final at 13:30 hrs at the said venue.