The Planet Paintball Guyana (PPG) 2015 Season continues this weekend at its Woolford Avenue
Paintball Park, after re-opening last weekend with what was described as a great and enthusiastic turnout to fire off the continued growth of the sport.
Reona Cathro, PPG Chief Executive Officer, told Kaieteur Sport yesterday that the reopening of the Woolford Avenue Park marks the commencement of what promises to be an exciting year for the sport in Guyana with many improvements on the field design.
“The style of field in term of layouts, the introduction of mid-week games played under lights and a few more surprises for both the recreational and more serious players are all in store this year,” Cathro said.
The PPG Chief Executive went on to state that the 2015 Season will also see games reopening on PPG’s Dakota Park (Soesdyke/Linden Highway) on February 21, and thereafter, the last Sunday of every month.
“The major new game format on the Dakota Park is the introduction of the Ultimate Woodsball League (UWL) rules matches,” she highlighted, stating that that format follows the recognition of the prestigious US-based UWL of PPG efforts in Guyana.
PPG are the official representatives of the League in Guyana and “we can now move to a level in the sport where Guyanese players can be ranked against players from all around the world. This is something we at PPG are very proud of and know will only serve to further develop the sport of paintball in the country,” Cathro continued.
Those wishing to become part of the sport can contact Cathro on 668-2344, visit their facebook page at Planet Paintball Guyana or turn up at any of the PPG Paintball Parks and join in the fun. Cathro indicated that PPG is proud to be the leading Paintball Park in Guyana.
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