May 22, 2016 Sports
Glen Eagles Sports Club in collaboration with the Ministry of Education Department of Culture Youth and Sports would be opening its newly refurbished Edward Matthews Community Centre ground on the East Bank Essequibo for the Guyana’s 50th Independence Anniversary today. Activities get underway from 9:00 this.
Apart from unveiling of a plaque at the venue, officials present will be part of an opening ceremony planned. Following the opening ceremony, the Ministry would be hosting a male and female cricket competition.
The cricket opens with the Ladies competition.
Glen Eagles vs 4R of Georgetown and Benaam vs Indigenous Warriors. The Edward Matthews Memorial friendly match will be contested after the ladies action.
The Males action will see Glen Eagle vs Hubu Recreational Park, Parika Backdam vs Benaam Male Warriors.
Other events include circle tennis and cricket for school teams.
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