San Sauveur Primary School wins football championship

The victorious team
The victorious team

For the first time in its history, the San Sauveur Primary School Girl’s Football Team has won a football championship.

The team secured the NBD Primary Schools Girls Football Championship 2015  title on Tuesday.

The team won its first victory, 2-1, over Woodfordhill Primary in the semi-final round and went on to defeat the Petite Savanne Primary in the final game, 3-1.

The semi-final and final round of the competition took place on Tuesday 21st April, 2015 at the Castle Bruce playing field.

Coach of the team, Shane Seraphine, said all the players worked hard to secure the victory.

“It was a great feeling knowing that we won the championship but it was also a lot of hard work,” he said. “The girls worked hard throughout the season and it only shows that hard work pays off because even in the finals, we were down one love when the game started, but they had to fight back in the second half and they came three goals to overcome and got the victory.”

Seraphine added that the team “really wanted” the win and fought hard for it.

The victory is the first for football in general at the school but Seraphine is hopeful that it is the first of many.

“Most of the players will be leaving us this year and going to high school, so next year and the years to come, we will be going back to the basics and we will be looking for a completely different team, a younger set of players and hope that they can train as hard and rise to the level of these who are leaving us,” he said. “So we really need to get the younger players on board.”

The elated Coach said it was evident that the team put into practice what they learnt during training.

“This year was our best shot and we went all the way, but they have been training together for three years now, so it was a lot of preparation,” he said.

Kamina Scott, the Team Captain, scored all three goals to take home the title.

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  1. Straight Talk
    April 23, 2015

    Congratulations to the San Sauver girls and their coach. Gone are the days when football championships were almost always won by teams around Roseau and the suburbs.

  2. Oh La La
    April 23, 2015

    Wow!!! So lovely to see the girls doing well. Congrats to all of you. It takes a united team to do well. Continue doing your best at everything you do.

    Best wishes to the Coach in finding a new United team.

    Congrats again!!!!

  3. Bigjoe
    April 23, 2015

    Congrats to coach Shane and the young ladies. Continue working hard with the ladies my boy. Keep up the good work

  4. youth
    April 22, 2015

    What cody doing in those people picture? Lol
    congrats to the team, you all made us proud.. continue being the best team.

  5. Stane Seraphin
    April 22, 2015

    Go Shane!!!!! Yeah BoYYYYY!!!! Congrats to the San Sauveur Gov’t School and the girls soccer team for working hard an winning the championship. Congrats to all the schools who participated. Seeing girls and women soccer in Dominica is a testament that the game is growing on the island…Great job to all involved!!!!

    Go Shane!!!!! Lil Bro doing his thing!!!!

  6. concerned youth
    April 22, 2015

    Thats it :-D :-D :-D :-D :-D :-D :-D :-D

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