The SLFA Inc. continues with its mandate of propelling St. Lucia football to higher heights with the staging of two capacity-building Workshops this coming weekend.
Castries, Saint Lucia: The SLFA Inc. continues with its mandate of propelling Saint Lucia football to higher heights with the staging of two capacity-building Workshops this coming weekend.
On Friday, 16th September, the organization will stage a League Development Workshop for the Northern Zone at its Conference Room in La Clery. The Workshop, which will run from 9 .00 am – 3.00 pm will target five Leagues, namely:
Babonneau Football League
Castries Football League
Gros Islet Football League
La Clery Football League and the
Marchand Football League
One of the main objective is to build capacity within the Leagues and strengthen their administrative arm. Some of the topics down for discussion and not limited to include:
The Workshop will be coordinated by Mr. John Sealy and will be facilitated by Messers Patrick Mathurin, Victor Reid, Evastus Augustin and Emmanuel Bellas.
On Saturday 17th September, will be the turn of the Western Zone, where the main focus amongst others will be a review of the functions of Administration and Administrators of these Leagues.
The event which is expected to commence at 10.00 am and run till 3.00 pm will be held at the SLFA’s Inc. Office in La Clery and will see representatives from the following Leagues.
Anse La Raye
In other related news, the St. Lucia Football Association Inc. District Super Cup kicks off on Monday, 19th September, at venues Islandwide.
Ten teams will be participating in a single round-robin format, with the top four teams advancing to the semi-finals.
The participating teams are as follows – Anse La Raye, Babonneau, Choiseul, Laborie, Mon Repos, Micoud, Roseau Valley, Soufriere, South Castries and St. Lucia U 17.
Matches will be played on Mondays and Wednesdays at the Desruisseaux Playing Field and the Soufriere Mini Stadium.
The opening round of matches are as follows:
The Desruisseaux football crowd was thoroughly entertained on Wednesday 14th September when neighbors Dennery and Mabouya locked horns in the Eastern Zone U19 competition for a place in the grand finals.
Evan Joseph placed Dennery ahead in the 21st, min but their lead was short lived as Shaquille Williams got the equalizer for Mabouya in the 30th min. No further goals were scored as the half ended 1 – 1.
At the resumption, both teams pressed forward in search of the go-ahead goal. Mabouya went ahead in the 72nd minute with a goal from Claudio Joseph. After missing a spot kick in the 80th min, Dennery got a second chance at an equalizer from the spot, which was converted by Josh Hunte in the 86th to draw level. Despite Dennery’s best efforts it was meant to be Mabouya’s night as they were rewarded with two goals in stoppage time from Shahid Mathurin and a second from Claudio Joseph in the 2nd and 8th min of added on time respectively, to win the game 4 – 2.
The victory for Mabouya means that they play Desruisseaux in the finals on Sunday 18th September at 7 pm at the Desruisseaux playing field.
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