Sealy: Wales need clubhouse
BARBADOS’ most decorated football club, Weymouth Wales deserves its own clubhouse to store all its silverware, says Minister of Tourism Richard Sealy, Member of Parliament for St Michael South Central, the constituency where the team is based.
“It was a joy to watch them win the Knockout last year and once again, they are actually winning the most prestigious title in Barbados,” Sealy told MIDWEEK?SPORT after watching the Carrington Village, St Michael side wrap up the Digicel Premier League title with a game to spare on Sunday night.
Wales moved to an unsurpassable 40 points after playing to a goalless draw with second placed side, the Barbados Defence Force Sports Programme at the Gall Hill Playing Field.
It was the first topflight league title for Wales since the mid-1980s and a record 15th at that level, including eight in consecutive years between 1969 and 1976 when the now rebranded premiership was known as the Division One competition.
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