GFF-K&S Super 16 Cup: Tony’s Jewellery Establishment sponsors MVP gold ring valued at $520,000

As rivalry in the 2021-22 edition of the Guyana Football Federation-Kashif and Shanghai Super 16 Cup knock-out tournament heats up among the competing teams, the quest to walk away with the Most Valuable Player (MVP) award is set to become more intense with Tony’s Jewellery Establishment of 22 First Street, Alexander Village, coming on board with an attractive reward.

Tony’s Jewellery Establishment representative Ashley Ally hands over the MVP ring to GFF President Wayne Forde

The jewellers have acquiesced to handsomely reward the player winning this accolade with a gold ring valued $520,000 come January 1, 2022. This commitment has already been cemented in fine gold to GFF President Wayne Forde by Tony’s Jewellery Establishment representative, Ashley Ally.
In handing over the prize, Ally expressed the company’s joy to be able to partner with the organisers to make this tournament a memorable one for the winner of the prize.
“We here at Tony’s Jewellery Establishment pride ourselves in creating quality items and are really pleased to be able to bring this quality to an equally-classy tournament in such a huge way. We are confident that the winner of this ring would be very pleased. Our craftsmen have done a fantastic job in creating this attractive ring and the winner will surely wear it with pride for a lifetime,” Ally said.
President Forde expressed gratitude to the management and staff of Tony’s Jewellery Establishment for their wonderful gesture while assuring that the player who would eventually win the prize would be winning a gem.
“This gesture by your company is really, really appreciated, and on behalf of the GFF and the Kashif and Shanghai Organisation, I extend heartfelt thanks. I can almost feel the excitement moving up a few notches as players will be putting their hands up to claim this prize. The work of the adjudicators would certainly be cut out as we look forward to handing it over to a deserving player,” Forde stated.