Aqua Pur in Golden Jaguars’ corner for crucial Belize clash
Aqua Pur Water, distributed by Sueria Manufacturing Inc., located at Eccles Industrial Site, East Bank Demerara, on Monday committed to partnering with the Guyana Football Federation (GFF) to keep the Golden Jaguars hydrated during this week and on game day, this Saturday.
The Jaguars are set to face Belize in their final Concacaf Nations League game at the Leonora Track and Field Centre, Leonora, from 18:30h and a win for the home team would see them qualifying for the first time in the nation’s history for the Concacaf Gold Cup, the highest level in the Confederation.
National captain Sam Cox on Monday reiterated the importance of being hydrated not only for this all important clash, but always as he accepted the donation on behalf of the GFF and his colleagues.
“We all know the importance and how vital it is to hydrate properly and the partnership with Aqua Pur is fantastic not only for the programme, but it’s going to steer us in the right direction for this match. Everybody’s thrilled and we look forward to Saturday’s game against Belize.”
Chief Executive Officer of Sueria Manufacturing, Frank Sanichara, in his remarks, said he was extremely proud to be a part of the initiative to partner and support the Golden Jaguars on their journey to creating history.
“Contributing to sports is always part of our corporate responsibility and more so, I am very proud to see the Guyanese boys are here and ready for action. I feel encouraged and would have to be there on Saturday to support you guys on behalf of the Aqua Pur team, good luck to you and I encourage all of Guyana to come out and support your team.”
Technical Director Ian Greenwood was also on hand and expressed thanks to Sanichara and the Aqua Pur team on behalf of the GFF.
“The Guyana Football Federation is very excited about this partnership with Aqua Pur, we know its vitally important that the players are correctly hydrated during the week. We are 90 minutes away from creating history on Saturday so this partnership will definitely help the recovery and performance of the players.”