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SLFA’s Annual Awards Set for March 9

The Saint Lucia Football Association [SLFA] Inc. has disclosed that the 2024 Football Awards will be held on March 9th.

Consequently, the SLFA requests the league’s nominees to submit contenders for the 2024 Football Awards, via the forms which have been circulated.

According to an SLFA representative, these completed forms must be returned to the SLFA Office no later than Monday February 12th by hand or by email to the following addresses:

The General Secretary, La Clery, Castries or

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The various categories of awards up for grabs for the 2024 National Football Awards – will be available in the reconstructed programme.

National Football Recognition Awards –

Footballer of the Year – Jnr. & Snr. Male; Female

National Lotteries Award for Excellence in Football

Football Team of the Year Award

Football League of the Year Award

Football Club of the Year Award

Football Administrator of the Year Award

Football Coach Award

The Brian Mc. Donald Sports Journalist Award

The Meritorious Award

Awards of Appreciation

Former Presidents of the Saint Lucia Football Association Inc.

National Team Coaches Award

National Teams Managers Award

Football Officials Appreciation Award

Corporate Partners Appreciation Award

Sponsors Appreciation Award

Meanwhile, the final round of matches in the SLFA Inc. President’s Cup took place at the Dennery Playing Field on Thursday.

Valley Soccer and Shamballah Shiloh played to an entertaining nail biting  1 – 1 draw. Obafami Poyotte put Shamballa Shiloh ahead in the 14th minute while Rivaldo Charlemagne equalised for Valley Soccer in the 3rd minute of added on time.

Challengers edged out Garrand FC 2 – 1, in an exciting encounter. Challengers goal scorers were Nangee Phillip 59th minute and Curtly John the 5th minute of added on time.

Jamal Albert scored for Garrand FC in the 89th minute.

Following is the final round of results:

Group A –

Valley Soccer and Shamballah Shiloh ended with 4 pts each – a win and a draw. However, Valley Soccer have a superior goal

difference.

Radics ended pointless having lost all their matches.

Group B –

Challengers ended with 4pts – 1 win and 1 draw, CT Foundation 2 pts – 2 draws and Garrand FC 1 pt. – a draw and a loss.

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