Young footballers get new ride

| 12/02/2018 | 0 Comments
CNS Local Life

Coach Roy Ebanks (back, L), Future SC U13 squad and Virgil Seymour of ESM (back, R) with new van

(CNS Local Life): Future SC now has a new van to transport its players to training and to games thanks to local company Excel Sports Management (ESM). The 10-passenger van was donated to help support the development of youth football talent across all communities and clubs in Cayman. President of Future SC, Sarah Orrett, said that she greatly appreciated the donation.

“We are thrilled to be able to offer this new transportation to our players,” she said in a press release. “It is also great for the young footballers to see the cooperation between groups as sets a great example of the type of sportsmanship that we hope to build within our players, both on and off the pitch.”

ESM director Virgil Seymour said of the donation, “ESM is committed to investing in youth football development at all levels across our community.

“Cayman football will only truly improve when all local clubs are growing and thriving. For many children transportation is a barrier to participating in football, so we are simply doing our small part to help.”

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