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Mico B launch title defence

Mico B launch title defence

first_imgAn intriguing 2016 season-opener in the Jamaica National Building Society (JNBS) Sunshine Open League netball competition will take centre stage at 1:00 p.m. this afternoon, at the Leila Robinson Courts in Kingston.Following what is expected to be a colourful opening ceremony and uniform parade at 1:00 p.m., two sets of matches are scheduled to be played.The competition will feature a total of 72 teams vying for supremacy, and the defending champions are Mico ‘B’.The Mico team is coached by Annette Daley and they will no doubt be looking to retain their trophy and play an exciting brand of netball.Meanwhile, the consolation ‘B’ trophy was won by Molynes United ‘A’, who according to coach George Pryce are “confident of winning another trophy this year”.”We are always ready. We have gotten back players from other leagues and colleges overseas, so our team is a good mixture of youth and experience, and we have a full complement,” he said.They will line up against Wolmer’s A in the ‘A’ competition and against Duhaney Strikers in the ‘B’ category.Another winner who will feature today is Westchester, who defeated Maxfield Park Community Club 8-5 to take the Jo Wigman Rally.Today’s competition will mark the 23rd year of sponsorship by JN of the competition which welcomes one new team, Rose Town. Each team will play two games per day.last_img read more

Fire destroys De Kinderen house

Fire destroys De Kinderen house

first_img…arson suspectedA fire, suspected to be the result of arson, destroyed the house of a De Kinderen, West Coast Demerara (WCD) family, leaving several homeless.The burning building at De Kinderen, West Coast Demerara (WCD)The Lot 42 De Kinderen two-storied concrete house belonging to 63-year-old Ruby Persaud was completely destroyed just before midnight on Saturday.According to reports, the family, including two children, were not at home at the time of the fire.Reports are that one of the occupants of the home, Suffina (only name given) had just returned from work when she entered the house and saw flames. As such, the young mother began screaming, alerting neighbours to the fire.The owner, who was at a neighbour’s home for a celebratory event, heard the woman’s screams, rushed over and saw flames billowing from the upper floor of the house.The duo, along with other neighbours, attempted to remove some household articles from the bottom flat of the burning building but their efforts were unsuccessful.A bucket brigade was formed and the fire service was notified. However, the house was destroyed before the fire service arrived.An eyewitness told this publication that he was on the road at a bar-b-que when he heard the screams.“She said that upstairs burning when she first run out. It’s a good thing nobody was at home because she have two little children but they were by their father,” the man related.The matter has since been reported and based on information given, two persons were taken into Police custody. However, it was not clear why the family suspected that the house was deliberately set on fire. The Guyana Fire Service and the Guyana Police Force are investigating.last_img read more