TEF donates 93 million to golf

By Zaheer E. Clarke

Published on January 18, 2017

Godfrey Dyer reveals that the Tourism Enhancement Fund (TEF) has contributed over 93 million Jamaican dollars to develop and sponsor golf in Jamaica over the past two years.

Chairman of the Tourism Enhancement Fund, Godfrey Dyer, is pleased with the outcome of the Jamaica Open golf tournament (Photo: Zaheer E. Clarke)

Chairman of the Tourism Enhancement Fund, Godfrey Dyer, is pleased with the outcome of the Jamaica Open golf tournament
(Photo: Zaheer E. Clarke)

Godfrey Dyer, the chairman of the Tourism Enhancement Fund (TEF), revealed at the 2017 Jamaica Open golf tournament at the Half Moon Golf Club that the TEF has contributed 93 million Jamaican dollars over the past two years to the development and sponsorship of golf in Jamaica.

In an exclusive interview with ZFLS, Dyer claimed that individuals have alluded in the past that the TEF has not paid enough attention to the sponsorship of golf. However, he mentioned that in the past 24 months, the TEF has assisted with the improvement of several golf courses across the island and the sponsorship of the 2017 Jamaica Open golf tournament. Continue reading

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UK’s Paul Eales narrowly wins the Jamaican Open

By Zaheer E. Clarke

Published on January 16, 2017

The 2017 Jamaica Open golf champion, Paul Eales hoists the sterling silver championship trophy after winning the 50th staging of the tournament by one shot over the 1993 champion Tom Gillis (Photo: Zaheer E. Clarke)

The 2017 Jamaica Open golf champion, Paul Eales hoists the sterling silver championship trophy after winning the 50th staging of the tournament by one shot over the 1993 champion Tom Gillis
(Photo: Zaheer E. Clarke)

In an exciting finish, United Kingdom’s Paul Eales won the 50th staging of Jamaica Open golf tournament by one-shot at the Half Moon Golf Course last Saturday.

Despite scoring a three over par 75 on the final day, Eales held off the persistent challenge of 1993 Jamaica Open champion Tom Gillis as the tournament went down to the last hole of the 54-hole golf tournament. Continue reading

Cricket returns to Trelawny Stadium

By Zaheer E. Clarke

Published January 16, 2017

The Trelawny Multi-purpose Stadium hosted warm-up matches and the opening ceremony of the 2007 ICC Cricket World Cup. Thereafter, it hosted its first international matches, two ODI games in 2016 between West Indies Women and England Women.

The Trelawny Multi-purpose Stadium hosted warm-up matches and the opening ceremony of the 2007 ICC Cricket World Cup. Thereafter, it hosted its first set of international matches in 2016, two ODI games between West Indies Women and England Women.

 

The Pakistan cricket team will be playing a three-day match at the under-utilized Trelawny Multipurpose Stadium on Saturday, April 15, 2017.

The three-day match is part of the scheduled 2017 Pakistani tour of the West Indies which comprises two Twenty20 Internationals, three One-Day Internationals and three Test matches.

The series will commence on March 31 with the first of two T20Is at West Indies’s largest capacity cricket ground, Queens Park Oval, in carnival crazy Trinidad. The second T20I will be held two days later on April 2. Continue reading