Guyana’s Resaul/Beaton take ITF Jamaican title

first_imgGUYANA’s doubles team of Heimraj Resaul and Jordan Beaton, both of Marian Academy,are the champions of the International Tennis Federation (ITF) Junior Under-14 tournament, after beating off a mixed team.Jamaica’s top seed, Damani King joined forces with Antigua’s Aron Fields to take on the Guyanese, but lost in straight sets 6-4, 6-2.The match was highly anticipated by spectators who followed the Guyanese team, after both Resaul and Beaton were ousted in the singles semi-finals to King and Fields, respectively.Damani King defeated Heimraj Resaul 6-7, 6-2, 6-3,while Aron Fields ousted Jordan Beaton 6-1, 6-3.The Doubles finals commenced with King/Fields opting to receive after winning the toss, after which Guyana’s Resaul/Beaton duo forced a quick lead, holding and breaking service to command at 2-0, before pushing onto the first set at 6-4,then taking the second set 6-2.After the match, the Guyanese pair said that it was a real test of their mental strength to pull through the first set after having been defeated in the singles semis.But they played not just for themselves, but to make Guyana proud.For now their focus is on the upcoming IGG for tennis,which will be held in French Guiana during October 27-November 1.Since there is no facility where the IGG team can start intensive training for the tournament, they will train within their club schedules with their coach Shelly Daly-Ramdyhan.The countries that will participate in the IGG are Guyana, Suriname, French Guiana, and Martinique.19 junior players left Guyana’s shores for Jamaica to participate in the Blue Mountain, while eight remained for the Under -14 Tournament.last_img read more

Boylesports claims ‘Irish First’ with new instant withdrawals capacity

first_img Related Articles Submit Share Countdown to Cheltenham: Wednesday racecard ‘not a worry at the moment’ says BoyleSports March 6, 2020 Share BoyleSports signs Coventry City sponsorship August 21, 2020 BoyleSports closes Irish retail estate in response to COVID-19 March 17, 2020 StumbleUpon Boylesports has announced the launch of its ‘Same Day Withdrawals’ capabilities, stating that it has become ‘Ireland’s first bookmaker’ to process instant e-payments transactions.Updating its online customers, Boylesports details that instant pay-out options are now available through Visa Debit cards for customers who bank at AIB, Bank of Ireland and Permanent TSB.‘Same Day Withdrawals’ allows BoyleSports’ customers to withdraw their winnings straight to their bank balance in a matter of mere hours. Previously customers were forced to wait for the industry standard of 2 to 3 working days to get their card withdrawals into their bank balance. The added bonus of this feature is that it works 24/7, 365 days a year, so funds can now arrive in customers account any time of the day and even on weekends and Bank Holidays’ reads Boylesports update.Moving forward, provided no extra security checks are required, Boylesports customers can process instant pay-outs between 2-12 hour period (bank authorisation dependent).Aoife Heffron – BoylesportsCommenting on the update Aoife Heffron, Spokesperson for Boylesports commented “Our customers asked, and we have listened! We are thrilled to announce that our industry-leading Same Day Withdrawals feature is now live ad available to all BoyleSports customers. Our brand new instant-pay-out option allows customers to withdraw their winnings with the click of a button and have it in their account the same day with most transactions only taking a couple of hours.”She added “We are constantly striving to make our customers experience as enjoyable and efficient as possible and Same Day Withdrawals is just one prime example of how we continue to come up with innovative ways to facilitate that.”last_img read more