Guyana Lottery Company/Let’s Bet Sports support Golden Jaguars Gold Cup quest

first_imgTHE Guyana Lottery Company, through its Let’s Bet Sports brand, yesterday announced its alliance with Guyana Football Federation (GFF) for the country’s March 23 game against Belize in the CONCACAF Nations League qualifiers, at the National Track and Field Centre, Leonora.With a win, Guyana’s senior Men’s National team, Golden Jaguars, will qualify for the CONCACAF Gold Cup for the first time in the country’s history and follow the success of the women’s national team, Lady Jags, who had featured at the confederation’s showpiece in 2010.“Let’s Bet Sports is more than pleased to assist in whatever way possible in encouraging everyone to rally behind the Golden Jaguars,” said Rawle Toney, the Let’s Bet Sports Brand Ambassador.Toney made a presentation of a quantity of jerseys and tickets to GFF’s Social Media Officer, Keeran Williams at the Federation’s Headquarters, and pointed out that “it’s imperative that we give Golden Jaguars the support they need because the spinoffs from their victory on March 23 could be life-changing.”“At the Guyana Lottery Company and Let’s Bet Sports, we strive on being an entity and a brand that support sports and its development in Guyana, which is why with every lottery ticket and bet placed, a percentage of that ticket and wager will go towards the development of Guyana,” Toney pointed out.The jerseys, tickets and other memorabilia, Toney related, will be given to lucky fans through a series of radio and television promotions by Let’s Bet Sports and GFF leading up to the important fixture against Belize.Football fans, 18 years and older, will be able to place a wager on the Guyana vs Belize game, and are encouraged to visit their nearest Guyana Lottery Agent and ask for ‘Let’s Bet Sports’.last_img read more

Cricket: Vidharbha pacer Shrikant Wagh achieves rare feat in England

first_imgAdvertisement AdvertisementImage Courtesy: Getty ImagesLeft-arm Vidharbha pacer Shrikant Wagh slotted his way into history books after snatching up 10 wickets in an innings against Middlesborough in the North Yorkshire and South Durham Cricket League.Wagh managed to end up with an impressive figure of 10-39, bowling 11.4 overs in the process. The Middlesborough batsmen had no answer for the seamer as wickets continued to tick in quick succession.Wagh, who represented Pune Warriors India in IPL 2011 becomes one of the very few bowlers to achieve the unique distinction of picking up all 10 wickets in an innings.The 29-year old made his mark for the Rajasthan Royals in the first two campaigns of the IPL.A scorecard to remember for @Stokesley_CC pro Shrikant Wagh— Official NYSDCricket (@NYSDCricket) June 30, 2018Read Also:Cricket: Replacements named for the injured duo in India’s T20 squad against EnglandCricket: Jasprit Bumrah set to miss T20 series vs England after picking up an injurylast_img read more