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Hosang, Sampson top Scotia Charity Golf Tournament

News day / yesterday. This year’s proceeds of $100,000 will go to the Family Planning Association of Trinidad and Tobago to assist and further their social work aimed at improving education on preventative measures and treatment on issues concerning women’s health. The team of Anthony Hosang and Adrian Sampson, sponsored by Janouras Custom Design Limited.

won the annual tournament with a score of 46 after shooting rounds of 24 and 22. Christopher Henriques and Gerry Sampson of Rentokil Initial, finished second with a score of 44, while the Flow-sponsored team of Shiva Ramlogan and Peter Chang rounded off the top three with a score of 44. Additional prizes went to Chris Galt (Dairy Distributors Limited) and Sarwanand Rabgir (Caribbean Packaging Industries), who took home awards for nearest the pin. The best dressed men’s team was the Esau Oilfield Supplies Company Limited duo of Peter Ghany and Graham Khan. Paige Hurd and Elizabeth Lawrence of Risk Management Services Limited.

impressed with their style to win the best dressed women’s team. Some of the other sponsors were Scotiabank Insurance, Scotiabank Trinidad and Tobago Limited, Trinidad and Tobago Newsday, Universal Foods, Global Financial Brokers Limited.

Scrip J Printers and Trinidad and Tobago Express . Speaking at the prize giving ceremony, Anya Schnoor, senior vice president and head.

Caribbean east and south, Scotiabank and chair of the Scotiabank Foundation highlighted the reach of the tournament over an 18-year existence. Schnoor noted that over 500 corporate entities have supported the event over the years, with more than 1,500 participants. The proceeds raised have impacted the lives of over 17,000 women. Schnoor said.

“Scotiabank and the Scotiabank Foundation are committed to helping people and communities become better off. Furthermore.

we readily support women and women’s causes. I am honoured to be a part of an organisation that values the contributions of women and leverage diversity as a strength.” The Scotiabank Charity Golf tournament, along with the Women Against Breast Cancer 5K, are the two hallmark events under the umbrella of the Scotiabank Women Against Breast Cancer Programme. Last year.

tournament proceeds went to the Trinidad and Tobago Cancer Society.

towards their community cancer screening clinics in Mayaro.

Matura and Moruga.

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