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Arnett head to Haiti for CFU Club Championship semi-finals

first_imgArnett Gardens FC will depart the island this morning at 11’o clock for a semi-final showdown against W Connection of Trinidad and Tobago in the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) Club Championship in Haiti. In the other semi-final clash, Don Bosco will square off against Central FC. The top three teams in the CFU tournament will qualify for the 2016-17 CONCACAF Champions’ Cup. The semi-final winners will meet in the final, while the losers will be engaged in a third place-off to decide the other qualifier for the CONCACAF stage. Renae Lloyd, who was injured early in the team’s second leg Red Stripe Premier League semi-final, will not make the trip. They lost the two-way tie 4-3 to Montego Bay United FC and were dethroned of the local title. “This is the final round in the CFU. We have two chances to advance to the CONCACAF stage, but we will be trying our best to win the Caribbean title for the first time,” Jerome Waite, head coach of Arnett, told The Gleaner yesterday of his team that ended runners-up last time. “This is my third stint in the CFU, and we will be looking to put the disappointment of losing the local Premier League behind,” he added. Their top players are captain Oneil Thompson, Damion Hyatt, Kemal Malcolm, Michaelous Martin, Dicoy Williams, Kenneil Hyde, Dicoy Williams, Vishinul Harris and Jason Moore.last_img read more

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THE RFLs Policy Review which includes proposals

first_imgTHE RFL’s Policy Review, which includes proposals for new league structures for the 2015 season, will be the subject of an Extraordinary General Meeting of the RL Council on Wednesday October 9.The EGM will consider proposals on the structure of the professional competitions, restoring promotion and relegation to the Super League, club sustainability and player development.The EGM follows an extensive consultation process with all levels of the game over the last six months, including direct engagement with supporters of clubs at all levels from Super League, the Kingstone Press Championships and the Community game.The fan engagement has included an RFL Fans Forum, involving supporters’ representatives from across Super League and Kingstone Press Championships clubs, and #AskTheRFL – a live online fans question and answer session with RFL Chief Executive Nigel Wood and Chief Operating Officer Ralph Rimmer.The RFL has actively used social media to engage with Rugby League supporters across the whole country during the consultation process. The Fans Forum, held in Brighouse in July, was also available live via social media to fans and received hundreds of live interactions on the night.While the #AsktheRFL online lunchtime question and answer session received over 1,000 questions during the first hour and had to be extended to meet the interest from fans.Commenting on the consultation process, RFL Chief Operating Officer Ralph Rimmer said: “Engagement with clubs, players and fans has been an important part of the on-going Policy Review consultation process.“We have held a series of meetings with all stakeholders in the game and tried to use a number of different innovative and accessible approaches to explain the proposals directly to fans and answer their questions.“It is clear from speaking to fans directly during the consultation process that there is a desire to see more matches with more at stake during the regular season and this is something that is a fundamental part of the new league structure proposals.”last_img read more

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