Kingston Knights win farewell softball match for outgoing High Commissioner of Canada
Staff of the High Commission of Canada enjoyed a friendly eight overs-a-side softball cricket match among themselves on Friday at the Everest Cricket Club. The match was outgoing High Commissioner Pierre Giroux’s first hand at the sport.The Kingston Knights, led by Wilton Lawrence, triumphed over the Yukon Warriors, led by Melville Rogers, winning by three runs. The top scorer was Harry Dhanai from the Yukon Warriors with 49 runs while Kester Robin supported with 45. The game was organized as a parting gift by the staff for outgoing High Commissioner Pierre Giroux who will be departing Guyana this week.
The staff of the High Commission of Canada along with High Commissioner Pierre Giroux pose for a photo opportunity.
The wives of Prime Minister Moses Nagamootoo and Chairman of Beepat’s Group Roy Beepat, respectively, Sita Nagamootoo (second from left) and Monica Beepat (third from left) along with Minister of Business Dominic Gaskin (right) cutting the ceremonial ribbon declaring the FoodMaxx supermarket opened.
The Deaf Association of Guyana (DAG) recently held it second art competition under the theme “Nature Studies-my Green Guyana” showcasing the creative talent of hearing impaired students, a release from the Department of Public Information (DPI) said.
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