|Jagessar, Kublalsingh win TTCA Classic Golf |
Monday, July 17 2017
THE TEAM of Suresh Jagessar and Fabian Kublalsingh emerged winners of the ninth annual Trinidad and Tobago Contractors Association Coral Cup Classic Golf Tournament held at the Millennium Lakes Golf and Country Club, Trincity recently.
The pair was able to card an amazing net score of 15-under-par 56 in the Two Ball Better Ball event, to win by four shots over the teams of Dave Rajkumar and Johannson Singh (second) and George Bleasdell and Solaiman Juman (third).
Jagessar and Kublalsingh also won the tournament in 2014, with Singh finishing in second place (with Arjune Samlal) and Bleasdell and Juman taking fifth on that occasion.
This annual event, which seeks to promote networking among the TT CA’s local and regional partners while assisting local charities, hosted a full complement of 44 teams and participants and included former West Indies cricketer Dwayne Smith and his compatriot Sean Edey, as well as Anderson Payne and Chris Pitt from Barbados who are long-standing supporters of the event.
It was a great day of competitive golf followed by a wonderful prize-giving ceremony. Ramlogan Roopnarinesingh, president of the TT CA, in his address, expressed his gratitude to the major sponsors, Lifetime Motors, Lifetime Solutions, Caribbean Airlines, Royal Westmoreland, TCL, Suriname Airways and Fatboy Coconut Water.
The beneficiary of this year’s event was the Lady Hochoy Home in Gasparillo which caters for the needs of approximately 160 children and young people with a variety of disabilities such as autism, cerebral palsy, Down Syndrome and physical and intellectual challenges.
Funds will go towards the construction an Early Intervention Centre.
In addition to the monetary donation from the Association, presentations were also made to the Home’s representative, Sr. Antoinette, by TT CA members, Abel Building Solutions and Coosal’s Group of Companies.
The Contractors Association looks forward to hosting the event once again in 2018, which will not only be the 10th anniversary of the tournament, but will also be the 50th anniversary of the Association.