Kanhai stars as Jets fly past Ravens to retain Brusche’s Basketball Classic title

TOURNAMENT Most Valuable Player (MVP) Akeem ‘The Dream’ Kanhai was sensational at both ends of the court as he helped propel the Amelia’s Ward Jets to back-to-back Brusche’s Basketball Classic titles and made them $300 000 richer, following their 55-44 points win over Ravens last weekend at the Mackenzie Sports Club Hard Court.

 

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Brusche’s Classic final… Georgetown’s Ravens fly against Linden’s Amelia’s Ward Jets tonight for $300,000

The big question is can the Amelia’s Ward Jets retain their Brusche’s Classic title when they face Ravens in the final tonight at the Mackenzie Sports Club hard court for the $300,000 winner’s purse. Jets, two years ago, were quarter-backed by the brilliance of their guest player Akeem Kanhai and newly acquired shooting guard Orin Rose who were the architects that gave the Linden town its first hold of the crown which had eluded them the previous four outings.

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Colts and defending champions’ Jets battle tonight

ALL-PURPOSE guard Akeem Kanhai will once against be the engineer by which Amelia’s Ward Jets will seek to retain their title tonight, when they face Ravens out of Georgetown at the Mackenzie Sports Club hard court. Jets became the only Linden side to claim honours in this biennial championship after they wrestled the crown from Ravens in 2015, at this very venue.

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Brusche Basketball Foundation youth clinic concludes

The Brusche Basketball Foundation, which has been in existence for the past 10 years, concluded their second youth clinic yesterday at the National Gymnasium on Mandela Avenue. The foundation was created by former national player James Brusche and it gained prominence from its signature biennial Brusche’s Basketball Classic that features the top ten clubs in Guyana battling for supremacy. According to the man himself, James Brusche, the youth clinic which now runs simultaneously with the B’ball classic

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PNCR 60th Anniversary Day of Sports /Family Fun Day… Georgetown beat Linden for B/ball crown

People’s National Congress Reform 60th Anniversary celebrations Day of Sports/Family Fun Day which was staged on Sunday, at the Mackenzie Sports Club (MSC) Hard-court, Linden. Travis Burnett led the scoring for the visitors with a game high 32 points, while Shane Webster was next best contributor with 18.
Other notable scorers included Nikoloi Smith and Sherlon Lrgall who supported with 10 and six points apiece.

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