Former National Coach Lennox Arthur, who has been the spearhead of the Mayor’s Cup which was organised to commemorate the birth anniversary of former Mayor Hamilton Green has planned a tournament to celebrate the 85th birthday of the past Chief Citizen.
The three-day event is set to kick off on Sunday, November 3, at the Den Amstel Community Centre ground with the other playing days being November 9th and 10th. According to Arthur, twenty-eight teams from all across the country have been invited to participate in the tournament with teams expected from East Coast Demerara, West Demerara, Georgetown, East Bank Demerara and Berbice.
Arthur added that the winning team will receive $200,000 and trophy; second, third and fourth place finishers will take home $100,000, $60,000 and $40,000 along with trophies. Meanwhile, the tournament received a significant boost when Managing Director of Essential Supplies Inc. Ricky Looknauth handed over a large quantity of footballs to Arthur as part of the entity support for the tournament.
The presentation was done at Company’s location on Camp Street under its Clear Waters brand. Fixtures for Sunday, November 3
Soesdyke versus Wales; Timehri vs. Bagotsville; Durban Backlands vs. Bourda Blues; Lima Dam vs. Charlestown; Kuru Kururu vs. Newtown Kitty; GT Kanaimas vs. Crane; Den Amstel Kings vs. Stanleytown; Sara Lodge vs. Agricola; Goed Fortuin vs. Ann’s Grove; Pouderoyen vs. De Kindren; Uitvlugt vs. Hurry ATE; Den Amstel vs. Farm FC.
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