St Kitts and Nevis: Minister of Foreign Affairs and Aviation and Premier of Nevis Mark Brantley met with the Spanish community at the Ramsbury Playing Field on Sunday, March 13, 2022. The Spanish Community battled for a softball game on the Playing Field at St Kitts and Nevis.
While expressing his happiness, Mark Brantley stated, “Truly a pleasure to spend some time this morning with the Spanish community at the Ramsbury Playing Field as they battle for softball supremacy between St Kitts and Nevis”.
Softball is a game that is very much prominent in St Kitts and Nevis, and now, in Nevis, various sports events have been held.
Mark Brantley also extended gratitude to the various delegations who have attended or supported the sports commission of St Kitts and Nevis.
He further extended gratitude to the Minister of Sports Eric Evelyn, Director of Sports Jamir Claxton and area representative Spencer Brand for their assistance to make the sports event possible.
“Thanks to Minister of Sports Eric Evelyn, Director of Sports Jamir Claxton and area representative the Honorable Spencer Brand for their assistance in making this competition possible”, underscored Premier of Nevis.
He further hugely thanks the Spanish Community to support St Kitts and Nevis and noted, “Huge thanks to the Spanish community for coming out in large numbers to support”.
Moreover, he also gave the token of appreciation to the various players and also wished Independence to the Dominican Republic.
“Honoured to have been able to hand out some tokens of appreciation to long-serving players and stalwarts in that community and to wish the people of the Dominican Republic: Feliz Día de la Independencia”, underscored Mark Brantley.
Softball Chaimpoinsihip played a lot in St Kitts, and Nevis and the Minister of Foreign Affairs and Aviation and Premier of Nevis attended the sports day for alma mater Ivor Walters Primary on Saturday, March 12, 2022. He has given the information about his visit and stated that he had witnessed great joy among the people who have beautifully competed.
While expressing his pleasure, Premier of Nevis stated, “Absolutely delighted to attend the sports day for my alma mater Ivor Walters Primary yesterday”.
Premier of Nevis Mark Brantley noted that he had witnessed great joy among the people at the state of the art Mondo track facility.
Brantley emphasized that the Mondo track facility helps the children to compete beautifully and also encourages the children to compete.
He affirmed, “To see the joy among our people at our state of the art Mondo track facility as our children competed was beautiful to behold. Praise be to God”.
The Ivor Walters Primary also witnessed various projects, and the expansion project at the Ivor Walters Primary School, which commenced in mid-August, is just one week away from completion and Hon. Spencer Brand, Acting Premier of Nevis and Minister of Public Works, is expressing satisfaction with the venture.