Squash to be transformed with Enet’s corporate partnership


By Akeem Greene


The Guyana Squash Association (GSA), one of Guyana’s most successful sporting associations, has forged what some have labelled as a transformational partnership with ENet.

ENet, Guyana’s fastest mobile 5G network, will be the pillar of funding for the Guyana Squash Association until the end of 2024.

The two groups made the announcement on Tuesday at the Georgetown Club as the Association readies its team for the upcoming Caribbean Area Squash Association (CASA) Junior Championships in St. Vincent and the Grenadines from July 15 to 22.

Robert Hiscock, Head of Mobile Networks at ENet and a former squash player, is confident the team will return with the Junior CASA title, and it was an honour to support one of Guyana’s most successful associations.

“As part of ENet’s position, we are committed to the development of youth, particularly in the position of sport,” Hiscock told the gathering to a resounding applause.

Robert Hiscock, ENet’s Head of 5G Mobile Networks

More so, Pamella Manasseh, Marketing Manager of KFC Guyana, was elated that they can support an undoubtedly talented group of players.

Guyana will enter as the defending champions after winning both the boys’ and girls’ titles when they hosted in 2022.

The full squad reads:

Under-19 Boys: Nicholas Verwey, Michael Alphonso Jr., Demetrius De Abreu

Under-17 Boys: Louis Da Silva, Mohryan Baksh, Shiloh Asregado, Joshua Verwey, Chad De Abreu, Jeremy Ten Pow, Demetri Lowe

Under-15 Boys: Richard Rodrigues, Avian Wade, Blake Edwards

Under-13 Boys: Justin Ten Pow, Jabob Mc Donald

Under-11 Boys: Ethan Bulkan, Zion Hickerson

Under-19 Girl: Kirsten Gomes

Under-17 Girls: Safriah Sumner, Rylee Rodrigues

Under-15 Girls: Avery Arjoon, Malia Maikoo, Emily Fung-A-Fat, Jnae Singh

Under-13: Kaylee Lowe, Tianna Gomes

Under -11: Zoey McDonald, Tehani Munroe

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