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Some 2,500 children enjoyed
free instructions in the funda-
mental motor skills (FMS) of
sport, during a week-long camp
put on by the Ministry of Sport s
implementation arm, the Sports
Company of T&T (Sportt).
Conducted at 30 venues in each
regional corporation in Trinidad,
the camp ran from April 7-11 and
was facilitated by qualified instruc-
tors. Most of the children were
under the age of ten, the ideal age
to introduce the movements
required to play sport.
The camps began last year, after
it was discovered that many elite
and national athletes were defi-
cient in their technique, which
stemmed from an absence of the
fundamental motor skills that
should have been learned at an
Minister of Sport Anil Roberts
said: "The camps are an essential
building block for the long-term
sustainable growth of the sport
industry. The more grounded our
potential athletes are in the basic
movements required for sport, the
more adaptable their bodies will
be to the rigours of sport at the
highest levels. Even if these chil-
dren don t go on to play amateur
or professional sport, what they
have learned about their bodies
and movement is sure to stay with
them for a lifetime."
The Ministry hosts the FMS
camps during the Easter vacation,
as well as the larger vacation sport
camps during the July/August peri-
od. All the activities provided are
free of charge and the cost per
child, per day, is about the same
as a trip to a movie complex.
KINGSTON---Spinner Nikita Miller
says he was elated by the bowling per-
formances which inspired a recovery
against Combined Campuses and Col-
leges (CCC) and nudged Jamaica into
the semifinals of the Regional Four
Jamaica rebounded to beat CCC by
59 runs on Monday to squeeze into the
fourth and final semifinal spot buoyed
by outstanding bowling on a spinner-
"We had to dig deep. We re happy
to be in the semifinals," Miller told the
Monday s win stopped a three-game
losing streak as Jamaica ended the pre-
liminary stage with 59 points, behind
title-holders Barbados (82), T&T (80)
and Windward Islands (65).
Miller took eight wickets in the match
including three in the second innings
as their opponents slumped from 131-
3 to be dismissed for 177 in search of
237 runs to win.
He praised his teammates while sin-
gling out part-time off-spinner John
Campbell, who took 4-17 in the CCC s
Jamaicans will now meet hosts Bar-
bados at the Kensington Oval in
Bridgetown, while Trinidad & Tobago
welcome Windward Islands to the
Queen s Park Oval in Port-of-Spain.
Both games begin on Saturday.
KINGSTON---Former West Indies
fast bowler Courtney Walsh says he
regretted not being able to retain
Jamaican batsman Danza Hyatt for
the Tallawahs during the recent draft
for this year s Caribbean Premier
Hyatt was grasped by the Antigua
Hawkbills in Round Nine during the
draft at the Triple Century Sports Bar
owned by Chris Gayle.
Walsh, who represented the
Tallawahs at the draft, said Danza was
a good performer for the franchise last
"One name we had (planned for) we
didn t get was Danza Hyatt. We wanted
to have him in this set-up because he
did pretty well with us last year," said
"Unfortunately, the (Antigua) Hawks-
bills had that pick (in Round Nine) and
they stole him from under our noses".
The Jamaica Tallawah mostly held
on to members of their winning squad
with new acquisition of batsman Adam
Voges and pacer Juan "Rusty" Theron
on the recommendation of the absent
pair of head coach Mickey Arthur and
captain Christopher Gayle.
Voges, an Australian, is a 34-year-
old top-order batsman and the lesser
known Theron, 28, is a fast bowler from
Opener Ahmed Shehzad was retained
while Sri Lankan off-spinning legend
Muttiah Muralitharan remains their
international franchise player (IFP) and
was not a part of the draft.
The CPL T20 is slated to begin in
Happy faces of children at the Fundamental Motor Skills camp at the Jean Pierre Complex, Port of Spain, last week.
PHOTO COURTESY SPORTS COMPANY OF T&T
Miller elated by bowling
effort that rescued Jamaica
Two new international
recruits for champion Tallawahs
Christopher Gayle, Muttiah
Muralitharan, Andre Russell, Ahmed
Shehzad, Adam Voges, Nikita Miller,
Jerome Taylor, Juan Theron,
Chadwick Walton, David Bernard,
Andrew Richardson, Carlton Baugh,
Jermaine Blackwood, Nkrumah
Bonner, Odean Brown.
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