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TWENTY-ONE PARTICIPANTS graduated from this year’s Sport for Life (SFL) Barbados programme at a ceremony held at Kensington Oval on Thursday.

The programme, which started in July 2007 and is now in its ninth edition, attracted students from Alleyne School, Alma Parris, Frederick Smith, Grantley Adams, Lester Vaughan, Princess Margaret, Queen’s College, Springer, and St George Secondary schools.

The programme offers less advantaged students, aged ten to 16, training in cricket, sports coaching, healthy lifestyles, mathematics, information technology and English.

Dr Yolanda Alleyne, board member of SFL Barbados, noted that the occasion was a remarkable milestone for the organisation. (RA)

Please read the full story in today’s Saturday Sun, or in the eNATION edition.


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