Jabloteh applauds Massy

COMMITTED: Sealing the deal between local football club San Juan Jabloteh and Massy Insurance.

Massy United Insurance have made an investment in the San Juan Jabloteh football club which will assist in their participation in the Youth Pro League.

The 12-team

Youth Pro League is scheduled to start on July 12. Participating are San Juan Jabloteh, W Connection, AC Port of Spain, QPCC, Morvant Caledonia United, Defence Force, Central FC, Cunupia FC, Point Fortin Civic, Club Sando, Police FC, and Terminix La Horquetta Rangers. On its website, the San Juan club hailed Massy’s assistance.

“Jabloteh applauds Massy United Insurance investment in our club for the upcoming season. A proven protector of valuable assets, Massy United Insurance’s investment helps us to continue our investment in our community and environs through our Youth Academy and Youth Pro League teams.”


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