Dynasty Sports Club donates footballs to renaissance U17 football team

Captain of the Renaissance U17 football team Idony Jobe receives the footballs from a staff of Dynasty Sports Club and Bar.

Dynasty Sports Club and Bar recently donated a quantity of footballs to the Renaissance U17 football team to aid in the team’s development.
The donation was made on Friday at the East Ruimveldt Community Centre ground.

The Renaissance Football Club U17 team is being coached by Kerry Joseph who said that most of the U17 players came through the nursery of the club which was founded in 2007.
“Most of the players came up from the U13 level and today are stull with the club,” Joseph told Stabroek Sports yesterday.

Captain of the Renaissance U17 football team Idony Jobe receives the footballs from a staff of Dynasty Sports Club and Bar.
Captain of the Renaissance U17 football team Idony Jobe receives the footballs from a staff of Dynasty Sports Club and Bar.

He said that the team trains every day Monday’s through Fridays at the East Ruimveldt Community Development Centre ground adding that plans are in place to have some educational programmes for the youngsters.

Joseph said the balls will come in handy for the training of the club’s U17 players who are at present competing in the Georgetown Football Association U17 league competition.

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