Bike Shop support for Guinness Cage C/ships

Three Peat Promotions Rawle Welch (right) collecting the sponsorship cheque from Jamal Bentley of the Bike Shop at the entity’s Robb Street location

The ‘Bike Shop’ became the latest sponsor to throw its support behind the inaugural Guinness ‘Cage’ Football Championship donating an undisclosed sum on Saturday.

Three Peat Promotions Rawle Welch (right) collecting the sponsorship cheque from Jamal Bentley of the Bike Shop at the entity’s Robb Street location

The presentation, which was conducted at the entity’s Robb Street location by Jamal Bentley, was received by Rawle Welch of tournament coordinators Three Peat Promotions.

According to a release from the organisers, “Managing Director Jude Bentley, a former national racing cyclist, was instrumental in confirming the support for the ongoing championship which has brought together 32 of the top Futsal teams in what has already provided lots of exciting clashes and upsets.

“Bentley’s entity has been a consistent supporter for sports and Saturday’s coming on board was just another example of such,” stated the release.

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