Lennox Blackmoore National Intermediate Boxing Championships: Top Cop commends Police athletes for top performances

…GPF receives football, cricket gear from NYPD Cricket Team

Police Commissioner(ag) Clifton Hicken has commended several Police boxers who participated and performed exceedingly well in the recently held Lennox Blackmoore National Intermediate Boxing Championships.
And he has also commended those Police athletes who dominated the 2022 South American 10K Classic Race which was recently held.
Last Tuesday, November 22, 2022, in his Conference Room at Eve Leary, Commissioner Hicken met and commended boxer Maheen Scott, who won gold after defeating Greenville Harris, and Jowart Thomas, who copped silver after defeating Kartel Cort in the Cruiserweight division. Donovan Richardson also won gold in the Welterweight division, after defeating GDF’s Kerion Vossey. In the Flyweight division, Deron Williams copped gold after a clinical performance against fellow teammate Carlton Wong, who gained the silver medal in the bout. The Superheavyweight division saw Police boxer Tulsi Persaud placing 2nd, for which he won a silver medal.
The Lennox Blackmoore National Intermediate Boxing Championships were organised by the Guyana Boxing Association (GBA). Proceedings started on Friday, November 18 and ended on Sunday, November 20.
The overall performances of the boxers saw the Police Boxing Gym finishing as joint champions of the competition with the Guyana Defence Force.
Police Coach Dexter Marques also received an award for being the ‘Best Coach’ of the competition.

Commissioner Hicken also congratulated Winston Missingher who copped 1st place, and Joanna Archer who placed 3rd overall, in the 2022 South American 10K Classic Race which was held in Guyana on Sunday, November 20, 2022.

The Guyana Police Force on Tuesday, November 22, received a quantity of football and cricket gear from the New York Police Department (NYPD).
The donation of sports gear was done by longstanding supporter and member of the NYPD Cricket team, Mr. Shariyaar Hussain, to Deputy Commissioner ‘Operations’ (ag.) Mr. Ravindradat Budhram in his office at Police Headquarters, Eve Leary.
D/C ‘Operations’ Budhram, in a comment invited by this publication, has said the gear would be given to the various Police Youth Groups to keep the youths meaningfully engaged while keeping them active. (GPF)