– tickets still available, those bought valid
The Athletics Association of Guyana (AAG) has set a new date for its inaugural Under-23 Track and Field Championships that is to be held at the Police Sports Club Ground following this weekend’s official postponement.
The mega meet was scheduled for this weekend but inclement weather among other factors had forced the association to reconsider its date, which has now been set to May 30, which was the initial date of the competition.
The AAG General Council met Thursday night to decide among other things, the possible outcome of the weather affected meet.
The only result was to postpone the meet because of the various concerns raised of several aspects.
AAG president, Colin Boyce had indicated that ticket sales were not as expected and the rain has withheld the ground staff at Eve Leary from adequately preparing the venue for the meet that has so far attracted major sponsorship.
Yesterday, Boyce confirmed that tickets were still available for the meet and those that were bought were still valid for the new date.
He had indicated that the fundraiser and meet are to go in tandem since that was the initial idea.
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