STAG Beer Guyana Carnival 7s ready to ignite GFC ground today

first_img… Ramps Logics shows supportONE of the Caribbean’s oldest sporting venue, Georgetown Football Club (GFC) ground, will see one of the Caribbean’s oldest rugby clubs, STAG Trinidad Northern Rugby Football Club, in action when the second annual Guyana Carnival Sevens gets going from 13:00hrs today.The STAG Beer-sponsored club from the Twin Island Republic will have the Guyanese pair of Dane Parks and Ronald Myers in their line-up, and will come up against defending champions Pepsi Hornets, as well as Yamaha Caribs, Panthers and Guyana Police Force.With Guyana looking to regain their Rugby Americas North (RAN) Sevens title (in July) which they relinquished two years ago to Jamaica, the organisers of the event, Pepsi Hornets Rugby Club, believe that the Carnival Sevens provides the perfect platform for the Guyana Rugby Football Union (GRFU) to see some of the best talents on show.The Guyana Carnival Sevens is the first tournament in the game’s shortest format being held for the year and the prize money being offered places the competition amongst the most lucrative in the region.“I think we’ll see some really good rugby because Northern, a team that have always wanted to come to Guyana, said that they’re here to make a statement. We should understand the quality of their team with Dane Parks and Ronald Myers in their line-up but I also believe that the local teams, who also boosted their teams with overseas-based players, will try to keep that prize money in Guyana,” said Rawle Toney, vice-president of the Hornets Rugby Club and organiser for the event.According to Toney, today will be more than just rugby; it will be keeping with the ‘Carnival fever’ that has hit Guyana.Meanwhile, Ramp Logistics, one of Guyana’s leading providers of freight forwarding and supply chain management services, became the latest corporate entity to support the tournament, joining title sponsors Ansa McAl/STAG Beer, DDL/Pepsi and Guyana Lottery Company’s Let’s Bet Sports.last_img read more

Wagner: I would be happy if I had the opportunity to defend the Colors of B&H

first_imgWhen you say football club Siroki Brijeg, one of the first associations is Brazilian international player – Wagner Santos Lago. The best scorer in the history of Premier League and the football player who is delighting all lovers of domestic football for years and he is not planning to quit soon. Captain of football club Siroki Brijeg is not thinking about ending his career, and says that he will play as long as he can help his team on the field.“I’m not thinking about ending my career. As long as I feel good and I can help my club, I will continue to play football. As long as my health serves me, I am here,” says Wagner.Wagner is playing in B&H since 2003, and says that his desire was to play in the national team of B&H.“Of course, I would be very happy if this invitation came. It was my big desire. I would accept that call now, but I know it’s difficult because of my age. I would be happy if I had the opportunity to defend the colors of B&H and help the team,” said Wagner.This fantastic Brazilian says that he will stay to live in B&H after the end of his career.“My family and I are planning to stay to live in B&H. We find it beautiful here and the people accepted us very well. Not only in Siroki Brijeg, but in the entire of B&H. Of course I want to stay, I want to work in the club and bring more players from Brazil. I want to remain engaged in football, “said Wagner.(Source: Radiosarajevo.ba)last_img read more