Jul 15, 2019 Sports
Both the Guyana Badminton Association (GBA) & Ansa McAl Badminton Camps concluded on Saturday last. The Camps, which were conducted by National & International Badminton Champion Narayan Ramdhani, who is home on University break from Canada, and he was assisted by Junior Sportswoman of the Year, National & International Champion Priyanna Ramdhani and National Under-19 Champion Akili Haynes. Special mention must also go to Ms. Angelica Alberto who assisted during the Tournament.
The GBA was very happy to see the attraction of participants who took part in both Camps and Narayan gave out a Yonex Racket Free to all who took part to encourage them to continue playing Badminton after the Camps.
On the Final Day, Saturday 13th, a Mini Tournament was played off for both Camps and the results are as Follows:
National Gymnasium Camp:
1st Place: Gianna Ramnarine
2nd Place: Pavani Singh
1st Place: Narayan Goodridge
2nd Place: Amor Drayton
3rd Place: Amani Drayton
4th Place: Darius Joseph
1st Place: Matthew Beharry
2nd Place: Aadesh Hooblall
3rd Place: Samuel Haynes
4th: Place: Mishka Beharry
Marian Academy Camp:
1st Place: Angalie Maharaj
2nd Place: Adam Mohamed
3rd Place: Maxwell Viapree
4th Place: Jaquize Chase
1st Place: Damien Braam
2nd Place: Ruel Rambiriche
3rd Place: Tyra Gomes
4th Place: Parveen Memraj
The GBA would like to thank all who helped to make these Camps a success and a very special thanks to Gabriel Lopes & Ansa McAl.
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