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Tough going for the national tennis team as well as Team Saint Lucia New York



Tough going to Team Saint Lucia in tennis – Saint Lucia boys and girls competing in Santo Domingo, the capital of the Dominican Republic in the ITF/COTECC 12&U Team Competition

Team Saint Lucia is winless so far, after 2 days of competition.

The boys lost to the Dominican Republic  and Trinidad and Tobago, both 3-0.

The girls lost by similar scores to Trinidad and Tobago and the Bahamas.

Jaelyn Henry was beaten by Briana Houlgrave in straight sets, as was Amia Jn Marie by Tatyana Madu of the Bahamas, whilst Brianna Jn Baptiste and Amia Jn Marie were able to win seven games in doubles, but still ended up losing in straight sets.

Ahlil Cyril and the boys doubles team were able to get a set each against Trinidad and Tobago, but were thoroughly thrashed by the Dominican Republic. 

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Saint Lucians get moving for arthritis



2004 Olympian Zepherinus Knockay Joseph had himself a little four-mile run today.

In his previous life, of course, he was used to running much longer distances. 

But today’s run was dedicated to people suffering with arthritis.

It’s part of the Saint Lucia Arthritis and Lupus Association’s calendar of acttivities to mark October as Arthritis Awareness Month. 

According to Joseph, he moved for you because arthritis has made it hard for you to move. 

Zeph also challenged me, so I will have to go home and get moving.


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The stage is set for the upcoming Saint Lucia Olympic Committee elections



The stage is set for the Saint Lucia Olympic Committee elections.

According to sources close to the election process, the SLOC had a meeting with its member national federations to inform them of the election process, criteria for electibility, and the election committee.

Nominations close on October 17th, with two individuals so far having expressed an interest in replacing Fortuna Belrose as president. 

Elections will be held on November 16th, with 22 eligible electors – 22 national federations, the Athlete’s Commission, and immediate past president, Richard Peterkin. 

IN 02:28 Well, one of the things over the last eight years we’ve done…

OUT 3:55 …competence you understand to take this institution to the next level 

The contenders for president at the moment are Alfred Emmanuel and Eddie Hazell.


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Saint Lucia celebrates as Cavalier win the Jamaica Premier League football title



The community of Caye Mange, Gros Islet was in celebration mode over the weekend, as one of their own tasted sporting success over in Jamaica.

Cavalier Football Club, featuring Saint Lucia international defender Melvin Baby Boy Doxilly, ended a 40-year wait to lift the Jamaica Premier League trophy after edging Waterhouse Football Club 5-4 on penalties on Saturday evening at the UWI-JFF Captain Horace Burrell Centre of Excellence in Kingston.

The final between the top two teams in the truncated season was delayed by half an hour and was interrupted by a heavy downpour, and after a 1-1 draw in regulation and after extra time, it came down to a penalty shoot-out and sudden death.

Doxilly spoke with MBC Sports earlier today about one of the biggest moments in his young career. 

Doxilly says he’s been very happy with his season in Jamaica, and he is looking forward to the possibility of returning. 

Like many Saint Lucian players, the 23-year-old central defender was basically idle for most of 2020.

Previously having played for Morvant Caledonia United in the Trinidad and Tobago Professional League, and for Northern United here in Saint Lucia, he says he has enjoyed his time in the Land Of Wood And Water, and he thinks his coaches and teammates have enjoyed having him as well.

For the season, Doxilly has racked up over 1000 minutes, has scored an excellent goal, and picked up two assists – he is one of three Saint Lucians playing in Jamaica this season.

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