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Police Cadets Sports Day in Burrell Boom

The Elton Gillett Park in Burrell Boom Village was the venue on Saturday, April 26, for the Burrell Boom Police Cadets Rural Executive Sports Day where over a hundred young Police Cadets from Burrell Boom and other Belize Rural villages had a day of fun participating in various competitive sporting events.

In each discipline, a team trophy along with individual medals were given to members of 1st and 2nd place teams, as well as special individual awards for outstanding cadets.

Following are the results in football, softball, basketball, volleyball and drill competitions.

Football: 1st place – Ladyville Cadets; 2nd place – Hattieville Cadets; Most Goals – Michael Flowers (Ladyville Cadets); MVP – Joseph Seguro (Burrell Boom Cadets); Best Goalkeeper – Shawn Flores (Ladyville Cadets).

Softball: 1st place – River Valley Cadets; 2nd place – Hattieville Cadets; MVP – Winford Broaster (River Valley Cadets).

Basketball: 1st place – Ladyville Cadets; 2nd place – Hattieville Cadets; MVP – Allen Anderson (Ladyville Cadets); Best Defensive Player – Michael Flowers (Ladyville Cadets); Best Offensive Player – Allen Anderson (Ladyville Cadets).

Volleyball: 1st place – Burrell Boom Cadets; 2nd place – River Valley Cadets.

Drill Competition: 1st place – Burrell Boom Cadets; 2nd place – Ladyville Cadets.

Best Disciplined Cadet: Winner – Joseph Segura (Burrell Boom)

Outstanding Athletic Cadet Formation: Winner – Ladyville Cadets.

(Information and picture courtesy Raphael Martinez, Police Press Officer, Ministry of National Security)

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