Jan 08, 2011 Sports Comments Off on Millions handed out at 21st K&S presentation ceremony
Millington named tournament MVP; champions’ Alpha cop most awards
Champions of the 21st Kashif & Shanghai knock-out football tournament, Alpha ‘The Hammer’ United walked away with a first place package valued at over 7 Million Guyana dollars when the presentation ceremony took place at the Sleepin International Hotel Poolside, Brickdam, last evening.
The impressive ceremony was attended by the Honorable Minister of Culture Youth and Sport Dr. Frank Anthony, President of the Guyana Football Federation Colin Klass, Plus One Fashions Vice President of Marketing & New Business Donna Wilson, Ansa Mcal Trading Marketing Director Troy Cadogan and GT&T’s Assistant PRO Oscar Clarke among others.
Pele FC’s Devon Milligton who ended as the joint highest goal scorer with Alpha’s Anthony Abrams – five goals each – was named the Most Valuable Player of the Tournament and collected a voucher worth US$1500 compliments of Plus One Fashions; one motor cycle donated by Becks Trading and a trophy from the USA based duo of Dale Bascom and Gordon Trotz.
Champions, Alpha, who dominated the individual awards lifted the championship trophy for winning the championship game by a 3-2 margin against Pele at the Guyana National Stadium, Providence on New Year’s night in a pulsating dual.
For their victory, Alpha received 2 Million dollars cash and a trophy from Ansa Mcal Trading (Stag & Mackeson); US$25,000 worth of Kit Sponsorship over a two year period from Plus One Fashion; Lien Trophy (Dale Bascom & Gordon Trotz) and 26 Replicas donated by Mohamed’s Enterprise.
Second place Pele walked away with One Million dollars from the Guyana Telephone & Telegraph Company and Trophy; 26 silver medals and US$10,000 worth of
Kit sponsorship over one year from Plus One Fashion.
Sunburst Camptown who defeated Bakewell Topp XX in the 3rd place game took home $500,000 and trophy donated by New GPC Inc., 26 bronze medals and one set of uniforms from Dr. Colin Watson of the USA.
Bakewell Topp XX received $250,000 & trophy and 10 footballs compliments of the K&S Organisation.
Fruta Conquerors won the Fair Play Team award and was presented with a trophy donated by the Honorable Prime Minister Samuel Hinds. Pele’s Gregory ‘Jackie Chan’ Richardson was named MVP of the finals.
Alpha United walked away with the Most Outstanding Goalkeeper accolade which went to Ronson Williams, Most Outstanding Defender – Captain Howard Lowe, Most Improved Player – Chris Camacho; Best Offensive Team for scoring a total of 15 goals and the Best Coach – Wayne ‘Wiggy’ Dover.
Other individual awards went to Kayode Mc Kinnon of Bakewell Topp XX who was named the Most Outstanding Midfielder; Sunburst Camptown’s Nigel Codrington received a trophy for scoring the Most Outstanding Goal; Fruta Conquerors’ Vurlon Mills was voted as the Most Disciplined Player while the Best Defensive Team award went to Pele FC – only 3 goals got past their custodian, Shawn Johnson.
Feature remarks were done by Minister Frank Anthony who while congratulating Alpha as champions, the teams and players in the tournament, urged all to work together to achieve while noting that “nothing is impossible”. More details in tomorrow’s edition.
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