Top OECS Athletes to Compete in St. Kitts Sunday

After some scintillating performances last Sunday 3rd June, by local athletes, it is now the turn of top athletes from across the Organisation of the Eastern Caribbean States to go head to head in what is expected to be a keenly contested event and one of the last opportunities for regional athletes to qualify for this summer’s Olympic games in London.

 The event will take place this Sunday 10th June.

Public Relations Officer of the St. Kitts Nevis Amateur Athletic Association, Evris Huggins, while speaking on local radio on Friday, indicated that 5 countries will be competing from the OECS; namely Antigua and Barbuda, St. Lucia, Grenada St. Vincent and the Grenadines and St. Kitts and Nevis. There will also be a specially invited team out of Trinidad and Tobago.

He added that one can expect the nation’s top athletes competing against other top performers from the OECS. The official said that following last week’s showing, the preparations and readiness of local athletes is going well. So too is the preparation from a technical stand point because the coaching staff has been working very hard with the team.

The meet is being hosted by the SKNAAA while the OECS Athletic Congress is the body that will oversee the event.

The meet is expected to feature top OECS athletes such as Daniel Bailey out of Antigua and Barbuda and also Janelle Redhead of Grenada, along with Kim Collins and others from St. Kitts and Nevis.

Teenager Missing from St. Pauls

Police say the boy who has been identified as Jakeel Alford of St. Pauls has been missing for the past couple days. 

 

He is said to be a student of the Verchilds High School and is 17 years old, having been born on 16th August, 1994.

 

He was last seen at 7:55am on Thursday 7th June, 2012.

 

Jakeel is the son of Lorna Alford and Clyve Malone, both of Willetts Project St. Pauls

 

The police confirm that efforts are currently being made to locate him. Anyone having any information regarding his whereabouts is kindly asked to contact the St. Paul’s Police Station or the Police station in the closest proximity, or they may call Police Headquarters at 465 2241.

 

Meanwhile police are still looking for a missing teenager, Dylon Clarke in Nevis, who has not been seen, since 28th April, despite numerous search efforts.



Teenager Missing from St. Pauls

Police say the boy who has been identified as Jakeel Alford of St. Pauls has been missing for the past couple days. 

 

He is said to be a student of the Verchilds High School and is 17 years old, having been born on 16th August, 1994.

 

He was last seen at 7:55am on Thursday 7th June, 2012.

 

Jakeel is the son of Lorna Alford and Clyve Malone, both of Willetts Project St. Pauls

 

The police confirm that efforts are currently being made to locate him. Anyone having any information regarding his whereabouts is kindly asked to contact the St. Paul’s Police Station or the Police station in the closest proximity, or they may call Police Headquarters at 465 2241.

 

Meanwhile police are still looking for a missing teenager, Dylon Clarke in Nevis, who has not been seen, since 28th April, despite numerous search efforts.



Teenager Missing from St. Pauls

Police say the boy who has been identified as Jakeel Alford of St. Pauls has been missing for the past couple days.
 
He is said to be a student of the Verchilds High School and is 17 years old, having been born on 16th August, 1994.
 
 
He was last seen at 7:55am on Thursday 7th June, 2012.
 
 
Jakeel is the son of Lorna Alford and Clyve Malone, both of Willetts Project St. Pauls
 
 
The police confirm that efforts are currently being made to locate him. Anyone having any information regarding his whereabouts is kindly asked to contact the St. Paul’s Police Station or the Police station in the closest proximity, or they may call Police Headquarters at 465 2241.
 
Meanwhile police are still looking for a missing teenager, Dylon Clarke in Nevis, who has not been seen, since 28th April, despite numerous search efforts.

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