When players Woodrow West and Ian Gaynair rejected a match fixing offer of some $10,000 in the CONCACAF Gold Cup, they gained widespread recognition from not only CONCACAF, but also from the international media. This weekend, they were rewarded once more when they were invited for a VIP hosting in Chicago, where the final game was played. Following the final match, they were awarded with trophies for their integrity and fair play. In addition, the men were guests at UNCAF President’s Rafael Tinoco banquet where the rubbed elbows with other players and celebrities. West and Gaynair will return home in the next coming days, where they will be presented with the Gilmore Henkson Fair Play Trophy by the Belize Olympic Committee’s Fair Play Commission.