“All of us at the Rose Hall Town Youth and Sports Club, MS are very grateful for your assistance over the years. For over twenty years, the partnership between the club and Ansa Mcal has touched and changed the lives of countless youths. We have also honoured dozens of heroes with the company’s sponsorship, while many youths have fulfilled their sporting dreams to represent Guyana. We cherish this relationship and it is our sincere hope that it would continue in the future.” Those were the sentiments expressed by RHTYSC, MS Secretary/CEO Hilbert Foster as he expressed gratitude to
Ansa Mcal Managing Director Troy Cadogan as they renewed the long-lasting sponsorship relationship between Guyana’s leading sports Organisation and the premier business company. The relationship has existed for over twenty years.
Under the 2020 sponsorship the company would co-sponsor the clubs 30th anniversary magazine, 30th annual award ceremony in April and the annual Ansa Mcal Award of Excellence in July. The company would also sponsor the annual Tribute to Teachers programme in October and support the RHTYSC massive Christmas Charity Programme.
Last year, the company had sponsored the annual Christmas Children Village and the RHTYSC/BCB Youth Cricketer Booklet under its non-alcoholic brand. Foster, who also serves as President of the Berbice Cricket Board, noted that Ansa Mcal had also sponsored a 50 overs cricket tournament in Berbice. The 48 pages booklet would be published at the F and H Printery in Georgetown and would feature the Club’s major achievements since it’s formation in 1990 by the St. Francis Community Developers. The 30th Annual Award Ceremony would be hosted in April, 2020 and a total of almost forty awards would be shared out to outstanding members who excelled in cricket, education and community development.
A total of $3M worth of trophies, medals, prizes and gifts would be shared out. Outstanding Teachers, Students, Law Enforcement Officers and executive of the RHTYSC would also be recognized and honoured. Under the annual Ansa Mcal Award of Excellence, five outstanding Berbicians would be honoured for their outstanding contribution to Guyana in the field of Sports, Culture, Community Development, Health and Security. On world Teachers Day in October, the club’s ten outstanding teachers with support from the beverage giants would be recognised.
Asst Secretary/CEO Simon Naidu stated that 2020 would be a special year for the club, which is the only youth and sports club in Guyana’s history to have ever receive a national award as its 30th anniversary would be observed in September with a target of 700 activities planned for 2020, the club has already successfully completed over 100 in the year so far. The Asst Secretary hailed the cooperation of Ansa Mcal, with special mention been made of MS. Beverly Harper, Troy Cadogan, Nigel Worell, Errol Nelson and Kris Apannah.
Managing Director Troy Cadogan in brief remarks expressed satisfaction with his company’s relationship with the RHTYSC and stated that the club was doing a remarkable job of making a positive difference in Berbice.
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