Castries, Saint Lucia: Three of the four scheduled matches of the Scotts Sports and Awards / SLFA Inc, Premier Cup materialized on Tuesday evening. Due to an electrical problem with the Gros Islet playground transformer, the scheduled first game between Central Castries and Canaries had to be cancelled.
However, effective repair work from Lucelec allowed the second match between Gros Islet and Dennery to go ahead with the home side winning 2-1 with goals from Aaron Richard and Raphael Joseph in the 5th and second. 88th minute.
Dennery’s only goal was scored by Jamie Prospere in the 82nd minute.
At the Phillip Marcellin Grounds in Vieux Fort, La Clery got off to a winning start with a comfortable 2-0 victory over Vieux Fort North. They got their goals from Jonathan Ailene in the 34th minute and from the prolific Andrus Remy in the 86th minute.
In the other game played, Vieux Fort Sud after enjoying a 1 – 0 halftime lead beat Marchand 6 – 0. They got their goals from Kimani Joseph with a brace in the 75th and 85th min and the others of Saviola Elva, Riquelme Elva, Donavan Perpie and Noah Nicholas in the 13th, 47th, 58th and 71st minutes, respectively.
The Saint Lucia Football Association Inc. is continuing its capacity building efforts among its affiliates with the organization of a five-day D License training workshop at the Soufrière Access Center from Wednesday 21st to Sunday 25th September 2022.
The workshop will carry out approximately 20 participating male and female coaches from the Canary Islands, Choiseul and Soufrière football leagues.
The workshop, which will be both theoretical and practical, is led by Messrs. Cyril Cess Podd, Emmanuel Bellas, Solomon Alexander, John Sealy Keith Caroo and Sabattus Hunte.
Some of the discussion topics include, but are not limited to:
- How young people learn
- Session planning
- Training methodology
- Football environment
- Security and protection policies
- Power and performance
- Technical and tactical training and
- Using Small Sided Games
It is expected that at the end of the five-day workshop, coaches will undergo a period of continuous assessment and evaluation leading to their certification.