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Sports Minister Dare Announces Talent Hunt Program To Discover Young Talented Athletes

first_imgMinister of Youth and Sports Development Sunday Dare wants to set up a Talent Hunt Program to identify and nurture talented youngsters after coming across videos of two young female boxers on Twitter.Dare made this known via his Twitter handle on Saturday in what appeared to be a decision taken on the spur of the moment adding that he had been “inspired” by the video of the 8-year old boxers he’d seen.The minister requested the name and contact details of 8-year old Raimoh Animashaun, and her dad Jamiu who also doubles as her coach after coming across a video of the aspiring boxer in training.I need the name of the little girl and the number of the coach. Another budding talent. I am inspired to lead the ministry to crank up a Talent Hunt Program. THP that will pick up these young ones and nurture them. https://t.co/rbeDLgX4gr— Sunday Dare (@SundayDareSD) November 9, 2019“I need the name of the little girl and the number of the coach. Another budding talent. I am inspired to lead the ministry to crank up a Talent Hunt Program. THP that will pick up these young ones and nurture them,” Dare tweeted after watching the video.Prior to that tweet, Dare had confirmed that he’d gotten in touch with yet another 8-year-old budding boxer Shekinah, her father Quadri and coach Sulaiman with a view to “adopting” her after coming across a video of her impressive training routine on Twitter.“The video of 8-year old Shekinah. Amazing stuff. Brilliant boxing Talent. The gold is in the Child. I spoke with her father Quadri in Lagos this morning and her Coach Sulaiman ‘energy’ to find out about her. We will follow her and get her adopted,” Dare tweeted.pic.twitter.com/dMRjjCh5i5 The video of 8-year old Shekinah. Amazing stuff. Brilliant boxing Talent. The gold is in the Child. I spoke with her father Quadri in Lagos this morning and her Coach Sulaiman ‘energy’ to find out about her. We will follow her and get her adopted.— Sunday Dare (@SundayDareSD) November 9, 2019Dare’s plan to begin a program dedicated solely to identifying and nurturing young budding sports talent might prove popular with many, but many more would love to see a more institutionalised process especially considering Nigeria’s lack of developmental pathways for aspiring athletes and sports enthusiasts.His announcement also builds on recent popular policy statements by the 53-year-old who seems to have struck a chord with many Nigerians in how he communicates his plans to tackle the serious systemic challenges bedevilling sports development in Nigeria.Addressing “Batch C” members of the Nigeria Youth Service Corps in Keffi, Nasarawa State at the weekend, the sports minister announced the start of open athletics and football trials for serving members which is aimed at discovering new talents. This afternoon, I visited the batch C, stream 1 Youth Corp members at the keffi camp . I inspected the parade and camp facilities. I announced to the over 2,000 corp members the start of our Open athletics and football trials across the camps to discover new talents pic.twitter.com/wLBNR1nQym— Sunday Dare (@SundayDareSD) November 9, 2019Earlier in August, he’d announced the setting up of the Athletes Sustenance Fund (ASF) as a means to address the pressing issues of athletes’ welfare which he said will help in “securing the commitment” of Nigerian athletes and enable them to focus on their craft as well as help bridge the funding gap which has made the provision and maintenance of sports facilities difficult.Relatedlast_img read more

Pittsburgh Steelers training camp capsule

first_imgPITTSBURGH STEELERS (13-6)OPEN CAMP: July 28, St. Vincent College, Latrobe, Pennsylvania.LAST YEAR: Steelers shook off underwhelming first half to win seven straight and clinch second AFC North title in three years. Two more playoff wins followed before lopsided loss at New England in AFC championship game. RB Le’Veon Bell established himself as one of NFL’s best, averaging over 150 yards from scrimmage after returning from suspension for violating league’s substance abuse policy. WR Antonio Brown went over 100 receptions for fourth straight season, thriving despite serious depth issues following injuries to Markus Wheaton and Sammie Coates, and Martavis Bryant’s year-long suspension. Defense improved in large part due to rapid development of DT Javon Hargrave, CB Artie Burns and S Sean Davis. Still, they were exposed _ as was everyone else _ by Tom Brady, who threw for 384 yards and three scores in dominant 36-17 AFC title victory.IMPORTANT ADDITIONS: Rookie LB T.J. Watt, rookie WR Juju Smith-Schuster, rookie DB Cameron Sutton, rookie QB Josh Dobbs, rookie RB James Conner, RB Knile Davis, DE Tyson Alualu.IMPORTANT LOSSES: LB Lawrence Timmons, RB DeAngelo Williams, TE Ladarius Green, WR Markus Wheaton, CB Justin Gilbert, LS Greg Warren, LB Jarvis Jones.CAMP NEEDS: Wide receiver position is pretty crowded, a good thing. Bryant is back and arrival of Smith-Schuster should give QB Ben Roethlisberger plenty of options to take pressure off Brown. Running back is wide open behind Bell, Davis and rookies fighting for primary backup spot. More vital questions are on defense: Steelers drafted Watt 30th overall, tasking him to do what predecessor Jarvis Jones could not and take playing time away from seemingly ageless James Harrison. Secondary filled with questions behind Burns, Davis and veteran Mike Mitchell. Senquez Golson was 2015 second-round pick only to miss all of last two seasons due to separate injuries. Ross Cockrell is still around as is Will Gay, but both will come to camp fighting for jobs.EXPECTATIONS: Steelers have taken sequential steps each of last three seasons, losing in wild-card round, divisional round and conference championship. Super Bowl berth is next logical step and Pittsburgh will be as well-equipped as anyone to challenge Patriots. Bell, playing under franchise tag , motivated to show he’s worth massive long-term deal. If defense can play as it did over much of second half of last season, Pittsburgh should be playing well into January, if not into February.___AP NFL website: www.pro32.ap.org and www.twitter.com/AP_NFLlast_img read more


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first_imgLast year’s camps were attended by a record 142,000 boys and girls between the ages of six and 12, equating to roughly one in four children in Ireland. Kellogg’s and the GAA have agreed to extend their Cúl Camps partnership for a further three years. Uachtarán Chumann Lúthchleas Gael John Horan, left, with Ruth Hughes, Commercial Director, Kellogg’s, at Croke Park, in Dublin. Photo by Brendan Moran/Sportsfile center_img The camps, which take place across all 32 counties during July and August, help youngsters learn GAA skills and play the national games in a safe and enjoyable environment with qualified coaches.A number of top inter-county footballers and hurlers have played an active role in the camps in the past and both the GAA and Kellogg’s are looking forward to another bumper year in 2018.GAA President John Horan said:”Our partnership with Kellogg’s has been a resounding success helping to take attendance figures at our Cúl Camps to unprecedented levels last year.“In seven years working together we have helped bring the Kellogg’s Cúl Camps into every home in the country boosting underage and youth participation which is one of our top priorities.“We are delighted with confirmation of the sponsorship extension and I look forward to seeing the camps continuing to go from strength to strength.”Kellogg’s has sponsored Cúl Camps since 2011, with this new deal representing an undisclosed seven-figure sum. The Cúl Camps partnership comes backed by extensive marketing and promotional support from the cereal giant, with the camps featuring on special packs of Kellogg’s Corn Flakes and Rice Krispies.Ruth Hughes, head of Kellogg’s in Ireland, said: “At Kellogg’s we are delighted to continue supporting GAA Cúl Camps and I am thrilled to see participation levels continue to rise. We support the GAA Cúl Camps because we passionately believe in getting kids out and active and, just like the GAA, we like to think Kellogg’s is at the heart of Irish communities.”Kellogg’s cereals have been available in Ireland since 1924. Today the cereal market in Ireland is worth €170 million annually, with Kellogg’s holding a 40 per cent share. The top selling Kellogg’s cereal in Ireland is Corn Flakes.print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Emaillast_img read more