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FIFA Officials Visit Saint Lucia To Assist With Football Development

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Currently in St. Lucia are three FIFA representatives Messers Jordan Victoire, – FIFA
Regional Office Development Coordinator, Jair Bertoni FIFA Director Member for the
Associations of Americas and Herve Blanchard, FIFA Regional Office Development Manager.

On Monday 6th February 2023, they held discussions with newly elected President Mr.
Lyndon Cooper, General Secretary Mr. Victor Reid and Asst. General Secretary with
responsibility for Infrastructure and Projects Development Mr. Evastus Augustin.

The main purpose of their three days visit is assist the SLFA Inc. to develop and review the overall master plan as it pertains to its Football Infrastructure Development and more specifically the advancement of the ongoing Goal Project.

During their stay in St. Lucia, they will be visiting all the sites of the FIFA funded SLFA’s Inc. Football Infrastructure Development Projects.

Meanwhile, matches continued in the SLFA Inc. Island Cup on Monday 6th with three in the Premier League and one a semi final in the Super League.

Down at the Desruisseaux Playing Field, Canaries and Gros Islet played to a hard fought 2
– 2 draw.

Scoring for Gros Islet were Aaron Richard and Troy Greenidge in the 4th and 27th min, while Dhriv Jn. Baptiste in the 32nd and Duayne Jn. Baptiste a penalty in the 69th min did
the honours for Canaries.

In the other game played at the Ground, Dennery with a goal from Jaime Prospere in the 58th min edged out Central Castries 1 – 0.

SOURCE: Saint Lucia Football Association

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