Magnum Independence Cup receives support from MVP Sports ahead of semi-finals


As the Magnum Independence Cup Futsal tournament enters its penultimate night of action, MVP Sports has thrown its support behind the competition, which is set to continue on Saturday (May 14) with semi-final action.

Organiser Edison Jefford related that MVP Sports, through its CEO Ian Ramdeo, “has always been supportive of my sport programmes and projects.”

“None of which would have been possible without his financial backing,” Jefford said.

“I cannot thank the company enough for its continued confidence in me and the level of administration that engineers its corporate support. This means a lot to these teams and by extension their communities when they see big companies giving back in these ways.”

While the nature of the sponsorship was not disclosed, Ramdeo said MVP Sports “is a proud Guyanese brand” that will continue to support the development of local activities and athletes.

“We are happy to be part of one of the biggest grassroots football events in the country to show our support for the communities that the teams represent. MVP Sports is the leading sports apparel and gear store in the country, and we are partnering with this event because we see it as one of the leading grassroots sport events,” Ramdeo explained.

On Saturday evening at the National Park, Back Circle will take on Gold is Money and Sparta Boss will come up against Bent Street in the semi-finals, while the losing quarter-finalists will return to compete in the Plate Championship, which has G$40,000 at stake.

The competition will end on May 21 at the same venue, with the champion team taking home G$700,000, runner-up G$400,000, third G$200,000 and fourth G$100,000.

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