Aug 11, 2017 Sports
The second round of the Bartica Football Association (BFA) leg of the Guyana Football Federation (GFF) / National Milling Company of Guyana (NAMILCO) Thunderbolt Flour Power Intra Association Under-17 League kicked off yesterday at the Bartica Secondary School ground.
NAMILCO’s Marketing Consultant Afeeze Khan in the presence of GFF Executive Member Carmel Williams who has responsibility for the BFA were on hand to take the salute at the March Pass which was attended by five of the eight teams that are competing.
Khan, in blazing midday sun, encouraged the players to always strive to be the best and told them that they can count themselves as part of the developing history of football in Guyana as they can aim to wear national colours one day.
”We are very proud to be associated with football in general but this is our baby, the under-17 tournament which we have sponsored. On behalf of Mr. Bert Sukhai, our Managing Director at NAMILCO, we are proud of making opportunities like this available to you, the future players of this beautiful nation.”
”I want to wish you well, I trust that you play and enjoy your game, it does not matter if you win or lose in your matches, what matters, is how well you play the game. So good luck to you, good luck to your club and good luck to Bartica on behalf of NAMILCO.”
The teams present at yesterday’s march pass were Potaro Strikers, Rising Stars, Strikers, Lazio and Rivers View.
The other competing clubs are Beacons, Ballers and Wolves United.
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