Traveling was the order of the day as after dinner, packing of bags, getting clothes ready, midnight cleaning up Continue Reading →
Semifinals were later in the night and we were resting in on Saturday morning after another late night, Continue Reading →
The playoff game between the top two teams were on the way at 6:30pm with Continue Reading →
The evening started with an improved game from Continue Reading →
Our opening game was not our best performance as the Honduras National Team playing as club “La Ceiba FC” started better to dominate the early proceedings but could not score as HVFC took long to find their combinations. Continue Reading →
We traveled early on Monday morning from the club to the airport after all 20 players, managers and parents assembled to catch our flight on sponsors Cayman Airways through Montego Bay. Continue Reading →
HVFC under-15 KSAFA champions, with a squad of 20 persons, are again traveling this morning at 8:40am to the Cayman Islands Continue Reading →
President of Harbour View football club Carvel Stewart says that local clubs should stop sending unqualified players on scholarships as it is hurting both the individuals and the country’s long-term football future. Continue Reading →
Since introducing young players like Luton Shelton around 2001 now, 3 HVFC U17 Reggae Boyz players, namely Nicque Daley, Rennato Campbell and Jabari Howell are included in the World Cup-Chasing U-17 national team. The man spearheading the academic subset of the broader Under-17 Reggae Boyz residential camp sees the holistic programme bringing success on and off the field. Continue Reading →
Ricardo ‘Bibi’ Gardner told the 31 primary school football teams that there is no room for selfishness on the field and everyone should instead be a team player who makes decisions that benefit their respective squads.
“You should remember that the game of football is not only about you but is about the entire team,” said Gardner, who currently coaches the National Under-20 men’s team.
“Sometimes you are on the field and want to shoot to goal but the best choice is to pass the ball to your teammate because he is in a better position to score. At the end of the day, that’s what is more important for the team,” he added.
Gardner further urged the young players to eat right, train hard and above all else, be disciplined and never give up on their dreams.
“There were many times when I wanted to give up when I used to be in England, the weather got cold and the going gets tough, but there was a motto that I grew up on, and that was, ‘a quitter never wins and a winner never quits’,” he noted while wishing the teams all the best in the competition.
The 2017 competition will feature six zones and the top two teams from each zone will advance to the quarter-finals. The keenly contested tournament is expected to run for two months, and in addition to cash prizes, the teams and their respective players will also be up for best defender and top goalscorer, among other sectional prizes.
May The Best Team Win
“We expect you (teams) to play fair football, have a good season, and may the best team win,” said Hopeton Gilchrist, the competition match coordinator. Christopher Denny, VMBS’s VP of sales and services, outlined that company is proud of the almost three decades commitment to both youth and football development in the west.
“The competition has contributed to the future of football,” said Denny. “It has honed the skills of many, some of whom have moved on to play nationally and internationally. It has also fostered camaraderie within the school communities as parents, spectators and general supporters band together for each successful staging,” he added.
Defending champions Granville All-Age and Barracks Road Primary kicked off the first match in the competition at the UDC playing field in the second city.
Source: The Jamaica Gleaner