Alumni News

Bunty Phillips

Congratulations to Toronto Saints Executive Committee member, Bunty Phillips, who was a recipient of the Ontario Volunteer Service Award (15 years) in a cere...

Read More | 19th Apr 2012

Edison Jefford

Edison Jefford has blended his interests in writing and sports into his job as Sports Journalist and Analyst at Kaieteur News. His work over the pasr year re...

Read More | 19th Apr 2012

Victor Stewart

Victor Stewart, formerly of the Bank of Nova Scotia in Georgetown, is now Assistant Branch Operations Manager in Cambridge, Massachusetts at Cambridge Savings Ban...

Read More | 6th Apr 2012

Shane Ally

Shane Ally is the Managing Director of Total Protection Systems Inc. a security firm based in Georgetown. He was instrumental in making new basketball uniforms availab...

Read More | 29th Mar 2012

Hamilton Green

Hamilton Green is the current Mayor of Georgetown and a former Prime Minister of Guyana. He was leader of the now defunct Good and Green Guyana (GGG) party. ...

Read More | 20th Mar 2012

Sadiq Hassan

Sadiq Hassan has been playing cricket for all his life and represented Saints at a very young age. We expect to hear more from him in the world of cricket. Links: Cri...

Read More | 20th Mar 2012

Brian Sucre R.I.P

Brian Sucre, former patrol leader of Ravens, under Scoutmaster Fr. Bernard Darke, passed away recently. The frequent scouting trips to the interior of Guyana taken by the troop ...

Read More | 20th Mar 2012

Michael Lam

  Michael Lam is a photographer/photo hobbyist whose beautiful photos of Guyana can be viewed on his blog. He is the author of two books: "A last look - S...

Read More | 19th Mar 2012

Dr. Keith M. Seaforth, D.D.S.

Dr. Keith Seaforth D.D.S. is a cosmetic dentist specializing in dental procedures and services located in Kinston, North Carolina. Although born in Buxton, he attended primary s...

Read More | 19th Mar 2012

Anthony (Tony) Clarke

  Tony was born in British Guiana, where he attended St. Stanislaus College from 1948-1956 on Saints scholarships. He was the captain of the 1st X1 cricket team for a n...

Read More | 19th Mar 2012