Tuesday, 16 July 2013

Canadian Wolverines Are The Team To Beat

Jamaica Rugby team out for revenge (again) in the third annual

Scotiabank Toronto Caribbean Carnival Rugby Cup

July 15, 2013  (Toronto) – The Reggae Warriors are out for revenge --again. The Jamaica based team has lost the Scotibank Toronto Caribbean Rugby Cup twice to the Canadian National Team (The Wolverines). The two teams will have a rematch, the evening of July 20thas part of the Scotiabank Caribbean Carnival festival.
The Reggae Warriors and the Wolverines will begin their match at 7p.m. July 21st at the Lamport Stadium in downtown Toronto. The Cup Match will include not just rugby but also live entertainment before, during and after the game.
The Wolverines have been together for three years, and have gone from an unranked world position to 18th in that time, (Jamaica is 23rd). This is a great achievement, but there is still a lot to do and we need support to go to the next level of this growing sport,” said Cory Tukeli, cup organizer.  The Jamaica game is on the Saturday evening of the Caribbean Carnival weekend and promises to be an exciting, hard running, hard hitting game.
“There will be music as well, food and a beer tent available,” he continued. “Rugby League is known for it's family atmosphere, so it is definitely kid friendly, bring them along! Tickets are just $10.00.
About Scotiabank Toronto Caribbean Carnival
The Scotiabank Toronto Caribbean Carnival is an exciting three-week cultural explosion of Caribbean music, cuisine, and revelry as well as visual and performing arts. Now in its 46th year, it has become a major international event and the largest cultural festival of its kind in North America. As Carnival is an international cultural phenomenon, the great metropolis of Toronto and its environs will come alive as the city explodes with the pulsating rhythms and melodies of Calypso, Soca, Reggae, Chutney, Steel Pan and Brass Bands. The Festival Management Committee oversees the running of North America's largest outdoor festival.
Corporate sponsors of this year's festival include: Scotiabank, Chevrolet, The Toronto Star, CTV, CP-24, FLOW fm, The Canadian Federal Government, The Province of Ontario, City of Toronto, Tourism Toronto, The Greater Toronto Airports Authority, The Ontario Science Centre, Toronto Public Library, Eglinton Square Mall, and the Liberty Grand.
About Scotiabank
Scotiabank is committed to supporting the communities in which we live and work, both in Canada and abroad, through our global philanthropic program, Scotiabank Bright Future. Recognized as a leader internationally and among Canadian corporations for our charitable donations and philanthropic activities, Scotiabank has provided on average approximately $47 million annually to community causes around the world over each of the last five years. Visit us at www.scotiabank.com.
For media inquires:
Stephen Weir
Scotiabank Toronto Caribbean Carnival Publicist
Phone 416-489-5868 Cell: 416-801-3101
Email: Stephen@stephenweir.com
Stephen Weir, Festival Publicist | Phone 416-489-5868 | Cell: 416-801-3101 | Email: Stephen@stephenweir.com
Darling Nicky, Cultural Liaison | Cell: 905-399-5322 | Email: darlingnicky.ca@gmail.com