Trophy Stall supports ongoing National Youth and Juniors

With the National Youth and Junior Track and Field Championships underway, the Athletics Association of Guyana (AAG) needs not worry about the prizes their podium finishers will receive, thanks to the Trophy Stall.
The entity has once again sought to partner with the Association, as is now customary for the generous company.
The track and field meet got underway yesterday (Saturday, September 25) at the National Track and Field facility at Leonora, West Coast Demerara with the athletes divided into two age groups, 14-17 and 18-19, with the usual exciting events on the cards.
Titled as a ‘timely contribution’, the Trophy Stall has provided its specialty trophies for the two-day competition.

Trophy Stall’s Ramesh Sunich making the presentation to AAG President Aubrey Hutson

AAG boss Aubrey Hutson thanked Proprietor Ramesh Sunich and the Trophy Stall for their donation just ahead of the championships on Friday, sharing that the entity has always been a supporter of track-and-field.
Meanwhile, Sunich noted that it is his love for sport that continues to drive his desire to make donations to all organisations that manage sport in Guyana.
In addition, Sunich congratulated the AAG for keeping the athletes encouraged and active amid the pandemic, and revealed that he must get behind athletics that continues to show improvements each year.
With over 150 youth and Juniors competing today and on Saturday, a lucky few are fine tuning their skills as they prepare for the South American Under 23 Track and Field Championships, and then later this year, the Junior Pan American Games.
The Under 23 Championships are scheduled for October 16 and 17 in Ecuador, while the Junior Pan Am Games will be hosted in Cali, Colombia from November 25 to December 5.