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Entertainers, Masters and Celebrities in Labour Day football match at Barbican

Published:Monday | May 25, 2015 | 12:00 AM
'Teacher' Hyde

The football-loving public from the Corporate Area and its environs will get a chance to see some of their favourite dancehall entertainers in action on the playing field this afternoon, at the annual 'Bring Back the Love After Labour' football match, which features Entertainers vs Masters and Celebrities, at Barbican football field, commencing at 5 p.m.

The Entertainers line-up will include Aidonia, Sasco, Jessie Royal, Nomadz, Wicker Man and Konshens, along with brothers Kasai Hinds and Christopher Jackson who represent Tivoli Gardens FC in the Red Stripe Premier League, Elvis Clarke, Oneil 'Bigga Smith, Damion Gordon, longstanding goalkeeper Marvin Chin, Jah Mikes, Rohan 'Hooker' Rousseau, Gareth Geddes, Adrian Bicknell, Adrian Pitter, Tajahe 'Rayyy' Dixon, and Raymond 'Nuni' Smith.

The Masters and Celebrities team also comprise a host of former stars, including one-time nationals Lenworth 'Teacher' Hyde, Hugh 'Bingy' Blair, Andrew 'Bower' Hines, goalkeeper Leroy Graham, and Byron Earle.

Other members of the squad are Ian Wilkinson, Carlo Redwood, Stephen Miller, Christopher Dehring, Ralston Hyman, David Williams, goalkeeper Kirk Williams, Alvin Shaw, former FIFA referee and St George's College central defender Peter Prendergast, Rudolph Speid, David Laylor, Denton Shedden, Robert 'Bunny' Scott, and Audley Boyd.

Every year, an individual is recognised for their contribution to society at large, and Clive 'Busy Campbell, whose Masters and Celebrities Inc organises the event, noted that this year's honouree will be CVM television's news presenter Kerlyn Brown, for the exposure and assistance that her 'Inspire Jamaica' feature had brought many Jamaicans.