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Shem Clauzel, the son of former T&T inter-
national Ian "Dreaded Dribbler" Clauzel and
John-Paul Rochford, brother of national udner-
17 midfielder Jean-Paul Rochford and senior team
member Jean-Luc Rochford were among a list of
27 players short-listed for the April 12 and 13 sec-
ond phase of the Digicel Kick Stars Clinic.
The players were selected from a group of more
than 200 players when the 2015 Digicel Kick Start
Clinic pre-screening selection took place at the
Nelson Mandela Park (formerly King George V
Park) on Saturday and they will be joined by three
players to be selected from the Tobago screening
process as well as one wildcard athlete. The 31
young men will then undergo an intense two-day
training exercise facilitated by coaches of the Chelsea
FC.Speaking following Saturday s first phase of
screening, parent Dixie-Ann Dickson said nothing
was more fulfilling than seeing her son one step
closer to accomplishing his dream.
The youngsters were exposed to rigorous drills
as well as practice matches by the 22 coaches of
the T&T Football Association (TTFA) who assisted
in the screening process.
Digicel s Senior Sponsorship Officer Christopher
Edmond highlighted the success of the programme.
"Digicel proudly continues to support the devel-
opment of youth talent and sport through the Dig-
icel Kick Start Clinic. We are committed to providing
opportunities like Kickstart to empower youngsters
to excel and be extraordinary. The response to the
programme this year has been phenomenal and
we extend our best wishes to the footballers chosen
to move forward."
Head coach of the TTFA, Muhammad Isa who
has been a coach for more than 30 years praised
Digicel for the committed partnership, "This pro-
gramme not only gives these local talents the oppor-
tunity to perform at an international level but also
allows them to learn a level of professionalism that
is much needed to fully mature in the sport," he
"This programme makes my son s life goal that
once seemed next to impossible, now appear to be
in arms reach," comments parent Britto Hugh as
he cheered on his son. "Parents are always with
their kids during their struggles, successes and
pain, they go through the same, they sacrifice they
know how badly their children want this, they feel
it. I see this programme as a great launching pad
for our children."
Young Clauzel, Rochford among Digicel Kick Start shortlist
The T&T Digicel Kick Start Clinic finalists: John-Paul Rochford, Shem Clauzel, Luke Darwent, Trey Lamott, Andre Raymond, Jadah Garcia,
Darian Parks, Mark Ramdeen, Tyrese Pierre, Jabari Graham, Ronald Charles, Kalif Phillip, Kareem Walker, Tshad Selvon, Rawle Felix, Roger
Williams, Kyrese Eugene, Trevin Thomas, Ronaldo Edwards, Kevon Edwards, Stephon Marcano, Denzil Smith, Revaldo Prince, Jabari Brice,
Elijah Shade, Tyrel Emmanuel, Jodel Brown.
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