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On a small island it is increasingly important for young athletes to gain competitive experience overseas, and they gain even more from the overall experience. We have the benefit of assistance for our website from Chris Gardiner, and graphic design from Jo Boxhall, and lastly our accounts were done by Archie Glasgow, all for no fee.
More information is available at: and a new domain of : including sponsorship details and a form for applicants.
If you wish to donate, there is a Sponsorship form on the website, and bank details for direct transfer, the account number is: 7104383.
Overhead costs are limited to legal fees for setting up the company, costs related to fund-raising events and publicity, and of course for submitting our returns.
We have 3 directors: Theo, myself as administrator, and Ross Stevenson on the ground in St Lucia giving out the cheques.