Guyana will not compete in football
Close to 50 athletes coming from the disciplines of cycling, volleyball (male & female), chess, Table Tennis and Badminton will leave Guyana on Thursday overland for neighboring Suriname where they will battle their counterparts from the host nation and French Guiana in the aforementioned disciplines in the second leg of this year’s Inter Guiana Games (IGG).
Guyana will not be competing in male and female football according to the National Sports Commission (NSC).
The confident Guyana contingent will be aiming to maintain their overall dominance having blown away the opposition following Track & Field, Basketball and Swimming to be in pole position after those disciplines were contested here.
The Guyanese won at athletics against old rivals Suriname, came second in male and female basketball and third in swimming. Suriname is trailing the Guyanese overall with French Guiana third; the latter did not take part in athletics.
Following is the official list of athletes selected.
Kravitz Jeffrey Mackenzie High School
Akeem Arthur Linden Technical Institute
Alanzo Ambrose St. Mary’s High School
Shaquel Agard Linden Technical Institute
Ronella Samuels Hope Secondary School, ECD
Toshawnna Doris Chase Academy
Narayan Ramdhani Marian Academy
Priyanna Ramdhani Marian Academy
Krystal Peters Marian Academy
Jonathan Mangra Marian Academy
Ambika Ramraj Queens College
Haifeng Su School of the Nations
Jessica Clementson School of the Nations
Roberto Neto Diamond Secondary
Sheriffa Ali St. Joseph Secondary
Elishaba Johnson St. Stanislaus College
Kyle Edghill Mae’s
Priscilla Greaves Marian Academy
Selenas Jackman St. John’s College
Onica Felix Canje Secondary
Vashti Pooran JC Chandisingh Secondary
Rafaella Richardson Chase Academy
Kelshine Griffith Houston Secondary
Tenisha Cort Corentyne Comprehensive
Melisa Marks New Amsterdam Technical Institute
Lisa Marks JC Chandisingh Secondary
Akeila Brown Saint Ignaisius
Padmini Nankoo Corentyne Comprehensive
Dian Mandokin Saint Ignaitius
Cassie Junor Saint Cuthberts Secondary
Davendra Latchman Guysuco Training Centre Port Mourant
Anthony Fraser “
Kumar Budhram “
Anthony Veerapen “
Muaaz Inshan “
Rolwyn Heywood “
Daniel Ritchie “
Klondyke Rodney “
Joshua Jagmohan “
Ravi Rampartab “
Xavier Lambert “
Yoganand Dhoray Lower Corentyne Secondary
Ryon Mangrau Professional Learning Institute
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