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WATERLOO INSTITUE OF SOCCER PLAYERS ELECT NEW EXECUTIVES FOR THE TWO YEAR TERM 2010 to 2012
At the Annual General Meeting of Waterloo Institute of Soccer Players held on Saturday 21st May 2010 at Waterloo Secondary School the following members were elected to the Executive Board:
Mr. Raymond Jurawan – President
Joyclyn Palmer - 1st Vice President
Mr. Stephen Bartholomew- Past President
Ms. Patricia Granderson - Secretary
Mr. Ramnarace Samuel- Treasurer
Mr. Bryan Layne, President of the Central Football Association officiated over the election of Officers and all Offices were elected unopposed.
The new executive then appointed the following Vice Presidents to the Board:
Ms. Nimrala Boodoo- Fundraising & Sponsorship
Mr. Leslie Hoyte- Education & Training
Mr. Mozack Rahamut- Equipment & Uniforms
Mr. Wayne Wills- Discipline
Ms Michelle Williams- Assistant Secretary
Ms. Tracey Benjamin-Antoine- Assist. Treasurer
Mr. Brian Layne then recognized the outgoing President, Mr. Bartholomew for his commitment over the years to the development of youth football in central and for establishing WISP as a successful organization.
He then welcomes the new President, Mr. Jurawan as Principal of Waterloo Secondary School and now President of this community based organization to take over the meeting.
Mr. Jurawan thanked the members for the confidence expressed in him and assured them that soon he will be retiring as Principal of the School and will be devoting his time as WISP President to take the Club to the next stage of progress.
WATERLOO INSTITUTE UNDER 12 CHAMPIONS OF THE 2nd ANNUAL TRENDSETTER HAWKS FAMILY DAY AND YOUTH SOCCER FESTIVAL
Waterloo Institute of Soccer Under 12 opened their preliminary rounds versus Joe Public which ended goalless but they had to beat Joe Public in the finals to lift the crown in the family day and youth soccer festival held on Saturday 13th November 2010 at King George V Park, Port of Spain
They then faced Rangers and the end of the game the score was also goalless.
Their next match was against Trincity Nationals which ended 1:0 in favor of Waterloo Institute with striker Ronaldo Robertson firing a low shot that shook Trincity net.
The final match in the preliminary rounds was against Skhy Coaching school with Waterloo Institute prevailing 1:0 with a header from Jourvel Guadeloupe
Waterloo Institute and Joe Public qualified from their group to play the winners of the other group San Juan Jaboteh and Woodbrook . respectively in the semi finals.
Their semi final match versus Jaboteh ended goalless at the end of normal time with Waterloo winning 2:1 on penalty kicks and reaching into the finals.
The Finals saw Waterloo vs Joe Public and resulted in 1;1 at the end of normal time. Waterloo emerged winners 3:2 on penalty kicks and lifted the Trophy.
Waterloo Coach Michael Davis was extremely pleased with his players’ performance inspite of not having the full use of their Jerry Junction ground for training due to the timing to build a cricket pitch. He alluded that was the main reason why Waterloo Secondary School suffered a 8:0 beating in the Central Zone Intercol Finals.
Winners of the other age groups were:
Under 10- Joe Public
Under 14- Trincity Nationals
Under 16- World Class