EBFA Stag Senior League top performers receive prizes
Ansa McAl’s Trading Stag Beer Marketing Assistant, Richard Singh, today presented over $600,000 worth of prize monies and trophies to the top four teams and outstanding individuals of the recently concluded East Bank Football Association (EBFA) sponsored Stag Senior League.
In handing over the cheques, Singh congratulated the teams for their individual and collective performances that made the league a success whilst noting that Stag was pleased to once again be associated with building the sport on the East Bank.
“We are proud to have continued our commitment of community building in the form of this league which has provided exposure for dozens of players who have worked hard at their trade. Fans have enjoyed the matches and we want to also compliment them for their continued support.” he said.
Singh stated that they will continue this commitment of building communities through sports pointing out that they have been partnering with other football stakeholders including the Guyana Football Federation through the Stag Elite League as well as the West Demerara Football Association for their senior league among others.
“This is real commitment to holistic development and we at Ansa McAl will continue in this vein in the coming years.” Singh promised.
EBFA President Franklin Wilson expressed gratitude to God for allowing all stakeholders to work towards the success of another league. He said that Ansa McAl’s partnership over the years has fuelled and sustained the sport to the extent that players can look forward to an annual league.
Wilson also complimented Grove Hi Tech for retaining the title while he congratulated Herstelling Raiders for their second place finish in only about three years of existence.
Grove collected received $300,000 for their efforts, Herstelling Raiders $150,000, Kuru Kururu Warriors $100,000 for placing third and Agricola Red Triangle $50,000 for their fourth place finish.
Kuru Kururu Warriors was voted the Most Disciplined team and received the Fair Play trophy while Grove Hi Tech won all the individual prizes. Denzil Crawford was the Highest Goal Scorer netting 7 goals; Trevor Jones was named the Most Valuable Player and Michael Matthews, the Best Goalkeeper.