Pele Alumini Corporation (PAC) Director Denis Ivor Carrington on his recent visit to Guyana visited the East Bank Football Association (EBFA) during last Saturday’s action of the GFF/Pele Alumini Frank Watson U15 League at the Timehri Red Ground.
The former footballer in thanking the association for the invitation to meet executive members and players during the competition which they are sponsoring, said that he has been following the league which is being played in all nine Member Associations of the GFF.
”We have been following on a weekly basis the performances of these young players and as the sole sponsor of this League which creates exposure to so many young players, I would like to commend all the players participating. I would also like to commend the EBFA for having the most teams competing in the league and I note that you are almost completed, which is great.”
Carrington noted that his visit to Guyana was very busy but is hoping to be back along with other Directors in the near future to experience matches in the national finals when the top two teams in each association is expected to face off as they strive to live the ultimate dream of representing Guyana.
During his visit, Carrington coordinated the Annual Youth Education Development Programme which was held over two days at the Carifesta Sports Complex. The Pele Alumini also made donations of computers and books to the National Library and balls along with back packs to the Ministry of Indigenous Affairs.
A total of 85 kids between the ages of 10-16 attended the two-day educational programme and each received tee shirts and back packs with educational materials whilst also being presented with gift vouchers, individually.
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