We welcome you to the Official Website of the Sports Division in the Ministry of Culture, Youth and Sports of the Commonwealth of Dominica.
The 2014 United Insurance Secondary Schools U20 Cricket Championship is now in the Semi Final stage.
Winners : Pierre Charles Secondary
Runner Up : Goodwill Secondary
Winners : Dominica State College
Runner Up : Castle Bruce Secondary
Semi Final matches will be held on Tuesday 25th February, 2014.
1. PCSS vs. CBSS at Botanic Gardens
2. DSC vs. GSS at Macoucherie
The defending Champion is Dominica State College
Please find attached the 2014 Petro Caribe Sec. Schls. Basketball Championships Fixture(boys & girls) for your information, guidance and necessary action.
Attached is a document which indicates the points standings as of today (19th February) in the 2014 United Insurance Secondary Schools U-20 Cricket Championship for your information.
We hope that you will find the data informative and helpful.
We look forward to a successful and exciting culmination of this year’s championship.
PARTICIPATING SCHOOLS – TEAM EVENTS
|School||U-14 Boys||U-14 Girls||U-16 boys||U-16 Girls||U-20 Boys||U-20 Girls|
In the Open Singles Category 20 girls and 36 boys team registered. All 20 girls teams and only 23 boys teams registered participated.
1st PSS (won by default no other school had fill in a team)
Champion Allijah Prince (PSS)
Runner-Up Lescia Valmond (DSC)
Champion Chea Seaman (PSS)
Runner-Up Desmond Boney (NECS)
The competition was run over 2 days. On the 1st Day, the schools competed in the team events while the open singles were played on the 2nd day.
In the open singles, the female athletes were placed in 4 groups and the boys were placed in 8 groups.
The top 2 of each group qualified for the knock out round. As such, the knock out for the girls started in the round of 8 while that of the boys started in the round of 16.
The 2014 National Bank of Dominica (NBD) Primary Schools Football Championships organized by the Sports Division in the Ministry of Culture, Youth and Sports kicked off with an opening ceremony on Thursday, January 30, 2014 at the Benjamin’s Park in Portsmouth.
The ceremony featured addresses from the Sports Coordinator – Mr. Trevor Shillingford, Hon. Ian Douglas – the Member of Parliament for the Portsmouth Constituency and Ms. Yvonne Maynard, an official from the National Bank of Dominica.
Following the ceremony, the schools of the North Zone took to the field for Day 1 of their first round of competition.
Fifty-three (53) primary schools, the largest number of schools in any Sports Division organized championship, are registered to take part in this year’s competition.
The Championship will be played in eight (8) zones with matches held around the island. This stage will be done in a Round Robin format and is expected to end on February 28th. Twenty four (24) teams will advance to the Intermediate round which will then be followed by the Knock Out stage.
Following this segment of the competition, the schools will be divided into eight (8) district teams for competition to determine the winner of District Championship.
A Girls Festival will also form part of the competition and will begin on March 11, 2014.
The Sports Division continues to express its gratitude to the National Bank of Dominica. NBD has shown that it is steadfast with its sponsorship of such an important youth championship; a championship, which is a breeding ground for future players.
In 2013, the Goodwill Primary was crowned the Boy’s Champion team whilst the District Championship was won by South West District.
Grand Fond Primary won its consecutive title in the Girls Festival in 2013