Three under 17 footballers have been selected by a group of coaches from Chelsea football club in the UK, to participate in a one week football programme in Barbados in October.
They are: Delroy Parker, Giles Mitchel and Andrez Joseph.
Over 25 boys went through a number of football drills at the Geneva playing field on Saturday in Grandbay to display their talent to the coaches.
The Digicel Kick Start Clinic held on the weekend, was to help young players- boys and girls, to obtain some form of professional training to help in their development.
The coaches also held sessions with a number of coaches and teachers who work with young students around Dominica.
Chelsea International Technical Support Officer, Steven Winnett, said coaches who work with young players are very important because, according to him, these players are at the development stage and need to be trained properly.
Digicel sales and marking manager Nathalie Walsh, said her company was happy to partner with the Chelsea football club for the weekend and expressed the hope that one of these young players will make Dominica proud in Barbados,
Coordinator of the Digicel Newtown football academy Don Leogal coordinated the activities for the weekend.
The coaches leave Dominica on Monday.