Junior footballers to Rush Soccer camp in Arizona Print E-mail
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Thursday, 09 November 2017 00:00

Three Belizean boys left the country on Wednesday 8th November, 2017, for Casa Grande, Arizona, to participate in the Rush Select 2004/2005 Boys ID Camp. The event, the Rush Select ID Camps, are for the U13 - U15 age groups of 60 boys and 60 girls and there, Rush Select staff will train and evaluate them.

Rush Soccer represents over 34,000 youth soccer players in the United States and in partnerships with clubs in Africa, South America, Europe, and Asia, along with North and Central America and the islands of the Caribbean. Rush Soccer is devoted to providing its members with the finest soccer experience possible, it says, and to teaching the fundamental skills of the game and developing athletes through organized leagues, teams, tournaments, training, coaches and athletic facilities.

Rush Soccer is committed to making soccer a pleasant, safe, and rewarding experience for everyone involved, regardless of ability, and believes that all players be afforded an equal opportunity to explore their potential and pursue positive outcomes on and off the field.

The boys Keffer Pertau, 12, and Kayia Requena 13 of Belize City, 13, along with Javan Belisle of Roaring Creek leave tomorrow accompanied by their chaperone Ladrick Shepard via American Airlines en route to Dallas-Fort Worth.

They return on Sunday whilst 14-year-old Demille Flores, accompanied by his chaperone Dennis Serano, leaves for another camp at Rush Soccer next week Thursday. The pair is scheduled to return on Sunday, November 17th.

Rush Soccer Belize Director Daniel Fabro was at the Philip Goldson International Airport to send the boys off.