Nov 23, 2008 Sports
T&T wizard Brown coming
to display skills
Pan Am Hockey Federation 2007 Caribbean Cup Most Valuable Player Trinidad and Tobago’s Kwandwane Brown will be the headline attraction at this year’s Diamond Mineral Water International Indoor Hockey Festival which is scheduled to commence next Thursday, at the Cliff Anderson Sports Hall.
This was confirmed by Coordinator of the tournament Phillip Fernandes during a telephone conversation with Kaieteur Sport last Thursday.
Fernandes disclosed that Brown, who has participated in the tournament in the past, will be bringing a young bunch of exciting players to attend the four-day competition which is also expected to be graced by teams from Canada, USA and other clubs from the Twin Island Republic.
Arguably the most outstanding and highly respected player to have emerged from the Caribbean, Brown has been very influential in the development of many players from his homeland as well as others from around the region including Guyanese Chantelle Fernandes and Marvin Dannett, who both landed scholarships at the London Metropolitan University in England.
Among the other Trinidadians expected to be present are female MVP Sekayi Liburd, Cristina DeAbreu, Curlyne Wynn, Patricia Borneo, Yesenia Luces, Akim Toussaint, Mickel Pierre and Wayne Legerton, while Alan Fernandes and Dwayne Scott who both made the All-Star selection at the 2007 event are also confirmed to participate.
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