Taiwan donates soccer balls and sportswear to Saint Lucia

Taiwan donates soccer balls and sportswear to Saint Lucia


Castries, Saint Lucia: In a brief ceremony on Tuesday, September 27, Taiwan’s Ambassador to Saint Lucia, Peter Chen, donated soccer balls and sportswear to the Ministry of Youth Development and Sports of Saint Lucia. Lucy.

A long-time diplomatic ally of Saint Lucia, Taiwan has contributed to the island in several areas, including agriculture, youth development and sports. The clothing and equipment will be used to further the development of football in Saint Lucia.

Members of the Saint Lucia Senior National Cricket Team visited Minister Kenson Casimir on Tuesday, September 27, 2022.

In brief remarks to the team, Casimir disclosed that the Ministry of Youth Development and Sports would be making materials available to the Saint Lucia Cricket Association for distribution to various youth development cricket programs. sport. The list of equipment includes bowling machines, covers and nets.

“We are strengthening our relationship with the Saint Lucia cricket fraternity to ensure that more young players have the opportunity to play regionally and internationally,” the minister said.

Among the players was Tarrique Edward, who was the MVP of the 2022 CWI REGIONAL RISING STARS UNDER-19 MALE 3-DAY CRICKET TOURNAMENT.

TARRIQUE EDWARD was recognized for his outstanding performances during the tournament, during the closing ceremony which took place in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. Edward has just been named a member of the West Indies Under-19 squad.

Donation of footballs to the Ministry of Youth Development and Sports – Saint Lucia – Kenson Casimir and Taiwanese Ambassador Peter Chen pose with ministry officials following the handover ceremony held on Tuesday, September 27, 2022 in the MYDS conference room.

The Northern Cluster Grassroots/ Ministry of Youth Development and Sports Gros Islet Afterschool/ Community Cricket Training Program continued on Monday September 26, 2022 at the Daren Sammy Cricket Ground.

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