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first_imgON Saturday, all roads will lead to Durban Park where the Government of Guyana will host an “exciting” watch party for the finals of the Caribbean Premiere League (CPL) tournament.According to a release, the Ministry of the Presidency’s Department of Social Cohesion, Culture, Youth and Sport will be hosting the watch party for all Guyanese who wish to come together and continue the comradery that dominated the Guyana National Stadium during the home games of the HERO Caribbean Premier League (CPL) 2019.At 17:00hrs on Saturday, the Guyana Amazon Warriors, who have won all their games so far in the 2019 CPL tournament – 11 to be exact – will take on the winner of Thursday’s Qualifier 2 match-up between the Barbados Tridents and the Trinbago Knight Riders.“The Government has always been assiduous in pushing its Social Cohesion agenda. Sports, particularly cricket, usually fuel an environment of unity and pride. We want to capitalize on this CPL season and give our people a safe space to come together and support our Warriors,” Minister of Social Cohesion, Dr. George Norton said.The Minister, who also holds responsibility for Culture, Youth and Sport, has assured that all measures, including that of security, will be put in place to ensure that the game is enjoyed with optimum pomp and the usual exhilaration displayed by Guyanese.“Hopefully, in the near future, Guyana will be able to host the CPL finals, but for now, we still want to create an environment where our people can physically come together with their fellow Guyanese who will be just as ecstatic and fervent about every wicket and every boundary the Warriors make this Saturday,” Dr. Norton posited.“Just walk with your patriotism and the enthusiasm of a true Guyana Amazon Warrior!” the government requested.last_img read more


first_img1 Tottenham’s new signing Benjamin Stambouli is working hard to make himself a first-team regular at White Hart Lane.The French midfielder joined Tottenham from Montpellier on deadline day for an undisclosed fee, after making more than 100 appearances in Ligue 1.Stambouli made his debut in the 2-2 draw with Sunderland last weekend, coming on as a 70th minute substitute, and the 24-year-old has revealed it was a tough opening test.“It was a powerful game with a good rhythm and not the easiest for my first appearance”, Stambouli told the club’s site.“I think we should have won this game but hopefully next time, we will do it.?? I feel good, I feel positive and I will now work hard again to be ready to play.” Benjamin Stambouli last_img