September 30, 2014

Tiger Sport, Motor Trend on board for Arrival Day T20

Ato Singh (left) of Tiger Sport presents the balls to Benedict Prince of Quest International

Ato Singh (left) of Tiger Sport presents the balls to Benedict Prince of Quest International

Enmore business entities Tiger Sport and Motor Trend Auto have thrown their support behind Quest International for the hosting of the Arrival Day T20 in Enmore on May 5.

Tiger Sport has donated the game balls, while Motor Trend Auto presented a cheque of an undisclosed amount to the Planning and Organising Officer, Benedict Prince of Quest International on Tuesday at their location in Enmore.

Ato Singh of Tiger Sport said they are pleased to be associated with the competition since it will provide entertainment for the community, while Kevin Singh of Motor Trend Auto stated that cricket is the number one sport there and this tournament should motivate the youths.

Benedict Prince (right) collects the cheque from Kevin Deodass of Motor Trend Auto in presence of manager, Jailall Deodass

Benedict Prince (right) collects the cheque from Kevin Deodass of Motor Trend Auto in presence of manager, Jailall Deodass

Prince thanked both entities for their inputs, adding that it promises to be an exciting event.

The tournament will feature two teams from Georgetown and two teams from the East Coast of Demerara and is an initiative by the host to make T20 cricket more competitive on the East Coast of Demerara and to showcase local talent.

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