Ministry of Education, Guyana

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Wednesday, 09 August 2017 11:30

Five hinterland grounds to be upgraded

Five hinterland communities will benefit from a $2.5 M grant from the Ministry of Education, for the maintenance and upgrade of their sports grounds at Kaikan, Chinoweing, Phillipai, Kako and 20170808
Published in External News
Friday, 04 August 2017 10:57

Local Athletes offered full scholarship

The National Sports Commission (NSC) Friday signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) agreement with two athletes, providing them full scholarships to Monroe College. news 20170804 4This was disclosed during the signing held at NSC’s boardroom.
It was announced that 12 athletes, were given full scholarships to the University of Guyana (UG) while two athletes were scouted and offered full scholarships by the Monroe College, United States of America.
Published in External News

Eighteen (18) community grounds across the country will soon be bright at nights as they are slated to upgraded through the National Sports Commission (NSC) “Light It Up” campaign.

One of the main aims of the campaign is to ensure that community grounds can facilitate athletes who train at nights. This was disclosed by the Director of Sport Christopher Jones during an interview with the Department of Public Information/Government Information Agency (DPI/GINA).news 20170611

Published in Sports News
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