Curton Collymore wins “Game Changer of the Year Award”

Curton Collymore wins “Game Changer of the Year Award”
Deputy Prime Minister Phillip J. Pierre (left) with Curton Collymore.
Deputy Prime Minister Phillip J. Pierre (left) with Curton Collymore.

The employee nominated for the “Game Changer of the Year Award” must have over the period exhibited the ultimate spirit of sportsmanship in his particular sporting discipline.

In addition, the individual would have had to demonstrate that the achievement on the field of play, had a positive impact on his performance at work, in terms of service delivery.

Curton Collymore has undoubtedly met that prerequisite. Although an all-round sportsman, he is best known for his prowess on the soccer field.

Curton represents his club 18 Plus in the Dennery Community League Football Competition. His skill as a defender has earned him selection on the Dennery football team where he plays in both the St. Lucia Football Association Cup and the Blackheart Competition.

His endurance as a player over the years has also earned him a selection spot in the Dennery Veterans football team. In all of that, he is able to sustain the strength and skill to ably represent the Windjammer Team in the Hotel and Tourism Football Competition as well as in the Gros-Islet Football League.

It can be said with confidence that the reason for opposing teams finding it difficult to find the back of the net against Windjammer is due to the presence of Curton in the defense.

In all competition, Curton has stood out as a very disciplined and committed player. He gives his all in every game and is a fierce competitor. Curton enters each game with his singular goal being the glory of victory.

That notwithstanding, he will not sacrifice fair play to achieve his preferred end result. This has gained him the respect and admiration of his team members and opponents alike.

A true attribute of a sportsman who is indeed a game player.


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