ST. JOHN'S, Antigua - Twelve semi-finalists down, 18 more to go as the Caribbean Football Union endorsed Flow and Manchester United Ultimate Football Experience skills-based challenge continues the first round. Three clinics were held at the weekend, in Grenada, Montserrat and Trinidad and Tobago.
Grenadians Shermin Williams, 13 of St Rose Modern Secondary School and Shermon Williams, 16 of St. Johns Christian Secondary School advanced to the final clinic in Trinidad and Tobago. Both footballers are coached by Jerry Alexis.
In Montserrat, Ahikan Daley, 15 of Green House School, coach George Dublin and Taeshawn Greensword, 14 of Green House School, coach Steve Stewart, were judged best among their peers. https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B0r5_eHqsC-nUGtXbndEeUJqSFk
The winners from Trinidad and Tobago were Che Benny, 16 from St. Ann's Rangers and Callum Forbes, 13 from QPCC. https://www.dropbox.com/sh/56jnw287mubtak0/AABRtNtKFwN4DfHjf9ewHqcAa?dl=0
They join the opening weekend's winners from the BVI, Curacao and Cayman Islands.
The Ultimate Football Experience gives male and female footballers between the ages of 13 to 16 the opportunity to participate in a talent development football camp in the 15 Caribbean territories where Flow operates. Two players and their coaches will advance to a final camp in Trinidad, from which two finalists will be selected to go to Old Trafford, Manchester to see Man Utd vs. Crystal Palace on May 21, 2017. The finalists will each be accompanied by a parent/legal guardian and their coach.
The dates for the remaining camps are:
· April 1 Antigua, Jamaica, St. Lucia
· April 8 Anguilla, Dominica, St. Kitts
· April 22 Turks and Caicos, Barbados, St. Vincent
· May 7 Final Round in Trinidad (home of FLOW Sports)
May 21 Winners trip to Old Trafford