Football fans and players attending tomorrow’s final of the inaugural Stag Super XV1 knock-out competition at the #5 ground West Coast Berbice are in for a treat after the on field action ends in the championship match between Grove Hi Tech and Ann’s Grove.
Ansa McAl through its stag brand known throughout the Caribbean has ensured that fans will kick off the New Year in true Caribbean style and has engaged the talent of Caribbean artistes Lil’ Rick and Skinny Fabulous for a massive after football show.
Ricky Reid aka Lil’ Rick, a Barbadian by birth is best known for his “wuk up” performance, a Bajan term used to describe his enviable pelvic gyration.
He has undisputedly earned himself the infamous title as the “Hypa Dawg.”
Guaranteeing his fans non-stop hype from the moment he enters the stage, they watch in awe as he commands crowds of screaming fans to attempt his well choreographed movements.
Gamal Doyle aka Skinny Fabulous is the unmistakably energetic Soca artiste from St. Vincent & the Grenadines, better known as Skinny Fabulous.
This talented and versatile artist demonstrates his quick wit and the capacity to mesmerize the crowd while he is on stage. Always willing to push the boundaries of Caribbean music, Skinny Fabulous has a style that falls somewhere between soca and dancehall.
These two sons of the Caribbean will add the final touch to what is anticipated to be an enthralling evening of football which will bring the curtains down on two weeks of exciting rivalry between sixteen teams drawn from the Berbice, East Demerara and East Bank Football Associations which collaborated with Ansa McAl for this tournament.
Emerging as the finalists are East Bank’s Grove Hi Tech and East Demerara’s Ann’s Grove.
They defeated their Berbice opponents in their respective semi finals at the Buxton ground on December 28 last, New Amsterdam United and Cougars. At stake is a top prize of 1.5 million dollars with the loser receiving $500,000.
The two semi final losers will play the third place game tomorrow from 18:00hrs with the winner set to pocket $300,000 and the loser, $100,000.
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