Western Union/Grace Kennedy To Sponsor 2012 All Girls/Co-Ed Schools Alumni Penalty Kick-off

The 8th Annual Dennis Ziadie Cup Match on March 17th, 2012 will feature the All Girls Alumni Penalty Kick-off sponsored by Western Union/Grace Kennedy Remittance Services. This is the fifth year Western Union/Grace Kennedy Remittance Services has sponsored this popular event. Participating schools will have the opportunity to win two cash prizes: A $100 cash donation to the winning school and $50 cash donation to the second place school.

Western Union/Grace Kennedy Remittance Services is proud to be a sponsor of such an amazing event, and congratulations to the Jamaica alumni associations as they keep the spirit of the Ziadie Cup competition alive, while raising funds for their beloved alma mater“, says Hazel Maragh – Marketing/Community Consultant for Grace Kennedy Remittance Services/ Western Union South & Central Florida.

PRESS CONTACT: Rudy Kameka | Email: rkameka@aol.com

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Schools that have participated in previous years are: Camperdown High School Past Students’ Association Florida Chapter, Convent of Mercy Academy “ALPHA”, Immaculate Conception High School Alumnae Association, Queen’s High School Alumni Association, St. Andrew High Old Girls Association, St. Hugh’s Alumnae Association of South Florida, and Montego Bay High School Alumnae Assoc South Florida.

The 8th Annual soccer match between the Jamaica College Old Boys Association of Florida and the St. George’s College Old Boys Association of Florida for the Dennis Ziadie Trophy will take place at 2:00 pm on Saturday, March 17th, 2012 at the Ansin Sports Complex in Miramar.

The True Blue weekend is an expansion from the annual Ziadie Cup soccer match between the St. George’s College Old Boys Association of Florida, Inc. and the Jamaica College Old Boys Association of Florida, Inc. Last year’s match drew over 1100 spectators and supporters.

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