Mar 31, 2013 Sports Comments Off on Banks DIH supports Suriname bound Badminton team
Banks DIH limited has teamed up with the Guyana Badminton Association for Guyana’s 16-member Junior team to participate in the Suriname Easter International tournament which is being held from last Thursday to tomorrow (Monday) in the neighbouring republic.
The local beverage company presented playing shirts as well as Powerade and Aqua Mist Water to members of the delegation during a simple Ceremony at Thirst Park on Tuesday.
Errol Nelson, Brand Manager of Tropical Mist and Aqua Mist Water made the presentation to captain of the Guyana team Narayan Ramdhani in the presence of President of the GBA Gokarn Ramdhani who will also accompany the team as Coach/Manager.
The team members are: Boys: Narayan Ramdhani (Captain), Jonathan Mangra, Anthony Murray, Jonathan Persaud, Omari Joseph, Armand Ramdhani, Hemraj Beharry, Joshua Singh, Élan Rahaman.
Girls: Priyanna Ramdhani, Ambika Ramraj, Nadine Jairam, Arian Kayume, Jea Ramsammy, Krystal Dey.
Gokarn Ramdhani expressed appreciation to Banks DIH for the support given to the team and promised that the players will be going all out to capture several of the titles at stake.
Troy Peters, Banks DIH Communications Manager said his company was pleased to support the young badminton team under the Aqua Mist brand and wished them success during the tour.
The Guyanese Players competed in the Under-11 Boys Singles, Under-13 Girls Singles, Under-17 Boys & Girls Singles, Under-19 Mixed Doubles and Seniors B Mixed Doubles.
The tournament is being held at the Walter Amo Sporthal NGVB SPORTS COMPLEX in Paramaribo and attracted badminton players from the Caribbean and South America.
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