G/T Guinness ‘Greatest of the Streets’ makes return to Berlin tomorrow

The Georgetown Guinness ‘Greatest of the Streets’ Championship will make a long anticipated return to the Berlin venue at High and Drysdale Streets tomorrow night.

THE Berlin tarmac located in the vicinity of High and Drysdale Streets, Georgetown, will officially make its long anticipated return to action in the Guinness ‘Greatest of the Streets’ Georgetown Championship.

The venue which was utilised in the inaugural edition of the tournament in 2009, will stage the second group night matches tomorrow. Eight matches will be hosted at the venue.
According to tournament coordinator Three Peat Promotions, “There have been calls from the communities via elders and players for the venue to make a grand return to action and we have acquiesced to their requests following discussions with tournament sponsor Banks DIH Limited.

The Guinness ‘Greatest of the Streets’ phenomenon is an event rooted in the community culture and Berlin is a part of that fabric that has made the tournament what it is today.”
The release further said, “We are pleased to be returning to a venue that was part of the inaugural edition, as the tournament will always be synonymous with and identified by its community origins, which is an attribute that should never be changed. We envision a mammoth crowd to descend on the venue especially from the surrounding environs as it is a historic night.”

The round-robin stage will conclude on July 26. The top two finishers from each section will advance to the quarterfinal and subsequent semi-final rounds.
Winner of the event will collect $500 000 and the championship trophy, with the second-, third- and fourth-place finishers copping $300 000, $200 000 and $100 000 respectively and the corresponding trophy.

They will also automatically seal a place in the National Championship in August.
To date Beacons (Bartica Champions), Melanie-B (East Coast Demerara winners), Brothers United (West Demerara/East Bank Demerara winners), Trafalgar (Berbice champions) and High Rollers (Linden champions) are the teams to have secured automatic berths to the national championship.

Friday (today) National Cultural Centre
(1) North East vs Rising Stars
(2) Charlotte St vs Albouystown-B
(3) LA Ballers vs Broad Street
(4) Leopold Street vs Albouystown-A
(5) Tiger Bay vs Future Stars
(6) Gold is Money vs John Street
(7) Back Circle vs Sophia
(8) Sparta Boss vs Alexander Village
Tomorrow (July 20) Berlin tarmac
(1) LA Ballers vs John Street – 19:00hrs
(2) Tiger Bay vs Albouystown-A – 19:30hrs
(3) Alexander Village vs Albouystown-B – 20:00hrs
(4) Back Circle vs Rising Stars – 20:30hrs
(5) Leopold Street vs Future Stars – 21:00hrs
(6) North East vs Sophia – 21:30hrs
(7) Sparta Boss vs Charlotte St – 22:00hrs
(8)Gold is Money vs Broad Street – 22:30hrs
Friday (July 26) National Cultural Centre
(1) Alexander Village vs Charlotte St – 19:00hrs
(2) Broad Street vs John Street – 19:30hrs
(3) Albouystown-A vs Future Stars – 20:00hrs
(4) Sophia vs Rising Stars – 20:30hrs
(5) LA Ballers vs Gold is Money – 21:00hrs
(6) Leopold Street vs Tiger Bay – 21:30hrs
(7) North East vs Back Circle – 22:00hrs
(8) Sparta Boss vs Albouystown – B-22:30hrs