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CT Foundation Continues Unbeaten In Boys Under 15 Football


CT Foundation, out of Roseau continued their unbeaten run in the La Clery Football League Boys Under 15 competition with a hard fought 3 – 2 victory over Radics in what turned out to be another exciting encounter at the La Clery Playing Field on Saturday 25th March 2023.

CT Foundation was once again led by Nilroy Marius with a brace and the prolific Jeremiah Berthier with the other. Scoring for Radics were Kurell Larcher and Joshua Demille, both with gems.

Matches continue on Tuesday 28th March at the La Clery Playing Field with Radics taking on Flames FC of Marchand. Then on Thursday 30th March, LA All Stars come up against CT Foundation also at the La Clery Playing Field.

And the SLFA Inc Zonal Boys competition continued on Sunday 26th March at its Technical Centre in Grande Riviere, Dennery.

There were victories for CT Foundation and Monchy FC in the Boys U 10 competition.

CT Foundation surged to the top of the table with a convincing 4 – 0 victory over Black Panthers with braces from Christian Justin 3rd and 33rd min and Ethan Laurant 26th and 31st min.

In the other game played, Monchy FC got the better of Knights FC 2 – 0 with goals from Nathan Christophe 9th and Khairi Elibox 31st min.

Playing the lone game in the final 4, of the S.L.F.A U-17 club championships, New Generation U-17’s won 2 – 1  against Northern United All Stars from Gros Islet.

Both goals for New Generation were scored by national player, Baggio Edward.

In other related news, the St. Lucia Football Association Inc. continue its preparation for the launch of the Amazing Generation Coaching Programme, which is scheduled to commence next month.

To this end another successful coaching workshop was held at the Association’s Office at La Clery on Saturday 25th  March.

The workshop which was facilitated by coordinator John Sealy was well attended and very much interactive.

 SOURCE: Saint Lucia Football Association Inc.

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