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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.
AYM and Waterloo Starlets prevailed against the persistant weather conditons and the tough challenges from the opposition to clinche the national titles in the boy’s and girl’s under-17 age groups respectively at the finals of the 15th edition of the Republic Bank ‘Right Start’ Youth Football Tournament. The event climaxed at the Queen’s Park Savannah in Port-of-Spain on Sunday with 60 teams, all of which were vying for top honours in three age groups.
In the final of the boy’s under-17 division, AYM lifted the title behind an exciting 1-0 victory over favourite SKHY Football Academy.
Waterloo Starlets copped the girl’s title in the same fashion, edging its more fancied opponent, Petrotrin FC by a similar margin.
San Juan Jabloteh captured the boy’s under-15 division crown when it edged Step by Step 1-0.
The final day saw the skill level of the players sigficiantly improved from the qualifying rounds, while the coaches also came in for high praise as goals were at a premium on the day. In the boy’s under-12 division final, St Ann’s Rangers defeated Gasparillo Youths 1-0; while St Clair Coaching School, the “Pride and Joy” of Tobago, bagged the under-ten division crown after defeating Fulham FC also 1-0.
The teams and players will be honoured at a prize-presentation ceremony which will take place later this month on a date and venue to be announced. The day’s programme saw teams participate in over 150 matches that were full of fun, excitment, disappointment and triumph for all participants.
Source: Trinidad Guardian