Colts organises Tournament in memory of late Phillip ‘Coachman’ George – Nov 7th 2012
The Colts Basketball Club is looking looking to remember one of its founders, the late Phillip ‘Coachman’ George, and they have organized a basketball tournament in his memory. The tournament will bounce off on the 16th of November at the Burnham Court.
President of the Colts Club, Michael Singh, said, he is very concerned about where Basketball is going and said, the event they are planning, will help to revive the game in Georgetown.
Coach Bobby Cadogan also said, that the event will be a fitting one in the memory of George.
The tournament will involve the eight first division teams, who will compete in the first division Super Eight competition, as well as eight division three teams, competing in a straight-knock-out tournament.
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