A local beverage distributor has come onboard for the Mayor’s All Star U20 Football Squad set to tour Suriname this week to play warm up matches in Paramaribo against the preparing Suriname Voetbol Bond (SVB) Olympic squad.
At a simple handing over ceremony at the local distributor’s MC Doom office, General Manager Mr. Jailall Ragnauth indicated how delighted he was to come aboard in support of this team heading to Suriname to
participate in a preparatory event for the SVB.
Executive coordinator of the Mayor’s All Star squad, Lennox Arthur, expressed thanks to Thrill in their response to assist the team with travelling shirts and refreshment during the journey.
He noted that the well prepared squad is ready to give their counterparts a test in the game which would enable them to be more prepared of the challenges of their group in the Concacaf qualifier soon.
The squad which is captained by seasoned campaigner Josh Kamal will see Joshua Browne, Les Charles Critchlow, Delon Lanferman, Dominique Garnett, Trevor Jones, Clive Matthews, Jeffery Perreira, Andre Hector, Jamaal Petty, Dwayne Wilson, Randolph Wagner, Reshawn Hicks, Devon Charles, Malcolm Wilson, Orville Stewart, Nickel Fraser, Kevin Layne jnr, Keron Solomon, Rondell Arthur.
Joseph Wilson, head coach, Marlon Washington, assistant coach, Gordon Braithwaite, assistant coordinator, Christine Schmidt, Manager, Mark Bradford, Media officer and Lennox Arthur Executive coordinator.
The team is expected to depart tomorrow and will be engaged in two warm up matches against the Olympic squad in preparation and will play friendlies against FC. Prakash NV.
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