15th Hand-in-Hand cycling set for October 5 at National Park

first_imgCOMPETITIVE cycling will take centre stage on the inner circuit of the National Park next Saturday, October 5, when national cycling coach Hassan Mohamed stages the annual 11-race programme, exclusively sponsored by Hand-in-Hand Mutual Fire and Life Insurance Companies.Guyana’s oldest insurance agency is sponsoring the event for the 15th consecutive year, and Mohamed is once again excited to have the company on board.The partnership was renewed yesterday morning when Mohamed received the sponsorship cheque from Marketing Coordinator Shafeena Juman at Hand-in-Hand’s Lot 1-4 Avenue of the Republic headquarters in Georgetown.“Sponsorship is very important to not just cycling, but sports in general, so it’s always good to have this kind of commitment from companies like Hand-in-Hand,” Mohamed, the long-serving cycling administrator, said.Hand-in-Hand has been a firm supporter of sports development in Guyana, and this collaboration with cycling is just another demonstration of that commitment.“The Hand-in-Hand Fire Insurance Company is happy to be able to sponsor this annual event for its 15th year and we anticipate that this year will be bigger and better. We will continue to remain committed to our youth’s development through sporting events, such as cycling, while fulfilling our corporate and social responsibility,” the company said in a statement.The event, which pedals off at 09:00hrs, will be headlined by the 35-lap Schoolboys and Invitational race, with Michael Anthony of Linden looking to defend his title, having won last year’s event in a time of one hour, 19 minutes, 14.36s.Other winners from 2018 were Adelie Hodge (10-lap Juveniles), Ozia McAulay (Mountain Bikes), Jude Bentley (Veterans Under-50) and Jaheme Henry (12-14 Boys and Girls).As has been the case over the last 14 years, representatives of Hand-in-Hand Mutual Fire and Life Insurance Companies will be on hand to witness the riders in action and later assist in the distribution of prizes.last_img read more

Moyne to face Sars in Intermediate Final

first_imgThurles Sarsfields beat St. Marys by 1-13 to 0-12 at Leahy Park, while in Templemore Moyne/Templetuohy enjoyed a 1-12 to 0-10 victory over Clonakenny.In the County Junior A Hurling Final at Leahy Park Skeheenarinky beat Nenagh Éire Óg by 1-13 to 1-09.In today’s other games; County Junior B Hurling Semi-Final Result: Boherlahan-Dualla  0-11  Killenaule  1-10 West Junior B Football Final in Golden: Éire Óg Anacarty/Donohill  1-09  Galtee Rovers/St. Pecaun  0-07last_img