GNRA receives timely boost from Queensway Security Service
Scheduled to participate at the upcoming West Indies Fullbore Championships in Antigua and Barbuda, the Guyana National Rifle Association (GNRA) were the beneficiaries of a 0,000 donation from Queensway Security Service.
In need of support to make the budget of over four million dollars for the Championships the association was very grateful for the timely gesture by businessman and fellow shooter Mohamed Qualander.
Quality Control Officer of Queensway Security Service, Mr. Ron Marks said that the company was always supportive and wished the (GNRA) Fullbore Team every success while handing over the cheque to the association’s Secretary Ryan Sampson in the presence of
Fullbore Captain Mahendra Persaud. Marks also congratulated the team for their consistent high level of performance at regional and international competitions
The GNRA Fullbore Team which has been dominant in the region for many years is set to travel on Monday to defend their title at the West Indies Fullbore Championships which runs from May 16-22 in Antigua and Barbuda.
Sampson expressed gratitude on behalf of the Association to Marks and Queensway Security Service for their continued support pledging that the team is ready for next week’s action.
The final team practice is set for Saturday at the Timehri Range at Yarrowkabra Linden Soesdyke Highway.