The St. Lucia Football Association Inc. has released the names of the players who will be travelling to Anguilla on Wednesday 23rd March for their Away Tie in the Concacaf Nations League scheduled for Friday 24th March 2023.
Vino Barclett Goal Keeper Cavalier(Jamaica)
Anton Richard Goal Keeper Uptown Rebels
Devone St. Prix Goal Keeper Northern United
Captain Kurt Frederick Defender Grenades FC (Antigua)
Terell Thomas Defender Charlton Athletic (England)
Melvin Doxilly Defender Mount Pleasant (Jamaica)
Alvinus Myers Defender Portmore (Jamaica)
Shanoi Evans Defender Arnett Gardens (Jamaica)
Sebastien Ribot Defender Monchy
Canius Sandiford Defender GMC
Gregson President Midfielder Grenades FC (Antigua)
Lester Joseph Midfielder Portmore(Jamaica)
Leaus Henville Midfielder Platinum FC
Elijah Joseph Midfielder DCYO
Jason Similien Midfielder
Brandon Sandiford Midfielder GMC
Andrus Remy Forward B1FC
Ridel Stanislas Forward Grenades FC (Antigua)
Jevick MacFarlane Forward Portmore (Jamaica)
Aaron Richard Forward Monchy
Malik St. Prix Forward Valley Soccer
Tev Lawrence Forward Grenades FC Antigua)
Donavan Jn. Baptiste Forward Grenades FC (Antigua)
Meanwhile, St. Lucia plays Dominica in their Home return leg on Monday 27th March at the Daren Sammy Cricket Grounds from 7.00 pm.
Admission to the Grounds is EC $20.00 and tickets can be purchased at the following outlets
Bibi’s Restaurant – Gros Islet
Kent’s Gas Station – Micoud
Plante’ s Place – Dennery
Robby’s Restaurant – Rodney Bay
Scott’s Sports and Awards – Gablewoods Mall and
South Shoe Store – Bridge Street Castries
Meanwhile, following a stalemate at the recently held SLFA Inc. Annual Congress, the Election of Officers for the position of Vice President – Western Zone, for the Saint Lucia Football Association Inc. now takes place on Monday 20th March 2023 in Anse La Raye from 7:00 pm at the Anse La Raye Infant School.
The two persons who were nominated are as follows:
Mr. Alvin Francis
Mr. Marcus Harrow
Please ensure that your league is represented to cast its vote at the meeting.
In other related news, and through no fault of the, SLFA Inc. the scheduled C’ License Coaching Course which was due to commence on Saturday 18th March 2023 has been postponed.
Only on Friday 17th March, Concacaf informed the SLFA Inc. about the following:
1. That the syllabus for the C’ License has been upgraded as well as the delivery methods. On that basis, they have put a hold on all courses until they have provided the new content to the Member Associations. They have projected that they should complete this process within the next three weeks,
2. That all Member Associations must now begin the process of becoming part of the International Coaching Convention and that the course has been redefined to accommodate the process of becoming compliant,
3. That as a result, Concacaf Coaching Instructors will not travel to any new courses at this time point in time,
On the basis of the above, please be advised that the C’ License Coaching Course has been postponed until the SLFA Inc, has been advised by Concacaf of the way forward.
The SLFA Inc. deeply regrets any inconveniences caused and hereby offers sincere apologies.
Elsewhere, playing their first match in the La Clery Football League Boys Youth competition, CT Foundation out of Roseau stamped their authority with a clinical 7 – 0 victory over LA All Stars,
They got their goals with braces from Joel Evans and Yannick Estaphane and the others from Mickel Justin, Joel Alphonse and Nilroy Marius.
On Saturday 18 March at the Sab Playing Field, New Generation overcame VSADC in their semifinal via a penalty shootout in the semi finals of the CFC / LUCELEC / Bank of St. Lucia U 12 Boys Youth competition. The match ended 1-1 in regulation time.
The other semi final played between FC Pioneers and Nyah FC, was again decided by penalty shootout after it ended 0-0 after regulation time.
Nyah FC was triumphant at the end of it all.
The finals will now be played between Nyah FC and New Generation.
In the U16 CFC competition the semifinals between Lancers FC and VSADC ended in victory for Flow Lancers FC 1-0. The Lancers boys had the better of the play and deserved to make it to the finals.
SOURCE: St. Lucia Football Association Inc.