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Former Canada international footballer Ante
Jazic has paid tribute to current T&T senior men s
team head coach Stephen Hart for helping pave
his way towards a successful career in the game.
Jazic, now Canada s national Under-15 team head
coach, played 36 international matches for Canada
and also played professionally for Croatian side Haj-
duk Split, Rapid Vienna in Austria, as well as for
MLS teams LA Galaxy and Chivas USA.
In a report posted on the Canada Soccer Asso-
ciation Web site last week, he was described as "an
example, both on and off the field for Canadian kids
"Despite his success he s quick to admit his good
fortune and the efforts that others made to help him
succeed. And it s this recognition that has brought
Jazic back to Canada Soccer to work alongside tech-
nical director Tony Fonseca and former national
teammate Paul Stalteri as coach of Canada s Men s
U-15 Team," the profile read.
Jazic commended Hart for the part he played in
his early development. Hart was a former Canada
senior and youth team head coach, as well as former
Canada U-15 coach praises
Stephen Hart's influence
The fourth team to book a spot at the local
finals Guinness Street Football Challenge was
determined on Sunday, when Kwayne John
helped his team, Foreign Base to a 2-1 come-
from-behind win over Ballers, in the East Zone
play-off at Maloney Basketball Courts.
Ballers, which scraped into the semi-final round
following a runner-up finish in its group, scored
first in the final with a Kerry Superville effort in
the second minute of play. Foreign Base fired
back immediately though John, who eventually
doubled up in the second half to lift his team
past the play-off stage.
The final two legs will be held at Constantine
Park, Macoya, and Jean Pierre Complex, Mucu-
rapo, on May 3 and May 10, respectively.
The local final will be held on May 17 at the
Jean Pierre Complex, where the national champion
will be determined. The winner will move into
the regional final, scheduled for June 6--7 at the
technical director of the Canada Soccer Associa-
"...I grew up in Bedford, a wonderful town in
Nova Scotia. I lived there until I was 19. But in terms
of my soccer development I owe a lot to Stephen
Hart. [Before becoming men s national team head
coach, Hart was technical director of Soccer Nova
Scotia and coach of Halifax King of Donair---a dom-
inant amateur club, where Jazic played]. He basically
modelled me as a player before I became a profes-
sional," Jazic stated.
Solangel Guzman and Kerwyn Pantin showed
their class at the National Badminton Champi-
onships on Sunday at the Central Regional
Indoor Sports Arena, Chaguanas, winning three
and two titles, respectively.
In the women s singles final, Guzman outlasted
Kristi Reno-Singh 21-4, 21-6. Guzman and Reno-
Singh then joined forces to take the women s
doubles title, defeating Reba Fleary and Nekeisha
Blake 21-11, 21-6. Guzman then won her third
title, teaming up with Jason Ramjass to get past
Kerwyn Pantin and Kelly Mollah 21-13, 21-15 in
the mixed doubles final.
Pantin was also clinical on the night, winning
the men s doubles and men s singles titles. Pantin
defeated Nicholas Bonkowsky 21-19, 21-10 in the
singles, then eased past Anil Seepaul and Naim
Mohammed 21-12, 21-17, with Keston Friday in
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