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Aspiring referees sign up with BFA

RIA GOODMAN, riagoodman@nationnews.com

Added 07 November 2019


(From left) Referees manager Mark ‘Bob’ Forde, assistant secretary of the Barbados Secondary Schools Football League, Tricia Forde, and chairman of the referees committee, Barney Callender, with students participating in the course that started yesterday.(Picture by Ria Goodman)

Twenty-eight aspiring referees have enrolled in the Barbados Football Association’s (BFA’s) Schools Referee Development Programme.

During yesterday’s opening ceremony at the Wildey Gymnasium for the three-day course being hosted in conjunction with CONCACAF, chairman of the referees committee, Barney Callender, encouraged the 26 males and two females to stick to refereeing since there were many opportunities available in the field. (RG)

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