Referees sign contract to officiate, Mishal’s for Kids & More offers support
The Kashif & Shanghai Organisation yesterday signed on the dotted lines alongside the Guyana Football Referee’s Council as they commit to assure the players and fans of a high quality of officiating throughout the tournament.
“The games will be run in accordance with FIFA Laws and as such this is the best way forward for the young players,” says G.F.R.C. Vice President Mr. Dion Inniss after signing on behalf of the council.
The tournament will commence tomorrow afternoon with a march-past at the GCC Ground Bourda starting at 15:00hrs. Thereafter, the action gets underway one hour later with Wisburg Secondary up against East Ruimveldt Secondary. The second game will see Ann’s Grove Secondary playing Christ Church Secondary at 18:00hrs.
Meanwhile, when the Championships gets underway at the Georgetown Cricket Club Ground (GCC) tomorrow afternoon, each of the 24 participating teams will be easily recognized after Mishal’s For Kids & More of Ogle Airstrip Road ECD donated an equivalent number of name boards to the K&S Entertainment group.
Both Directors of the K&S Entertainment group, Aubrey ‘Shanghai’ Major and Kashif Mohammad visited the offices of the donating firm where proprietor Andrew Juman handed over the gift. He was also accompanied by his daughter, Mishal Juman.
The businessman reassured the two Directors that his organization is firmly behind them in their quest to develop the sport. He further wished them well. Mr. Major expressed gratitude to his benefactor while assuring that the donation would help to alleviate the stringent organizing costs.
Admission for all games up to the semifinals will be free and the organizers are also working on the modalities to stage the finals free of cost. Participating schools will be drawn from Linden (4), West Bank Demerara (4),
Georgetown (8), East Coast Demerara (4), East Bank Demerara (2), Mazaruni and Berbice (1 apiece).
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