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– Two of Grenada’s young sports competitors have expressed appreciation to
those who have supported them during 2011.
Swimming sensation Oreoluwa Cherebin and
figure skater Oliya Clarkson have joined with national cricket coach Dwain Gill
in conveying appreciation for the support this year and best wishes in 2012.
Cherebin, who will turn 14 this month,
represented Grenada at regional and international swimming championships
including the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) and Commonwealth
Youth Games while Clarkson, 14, has been impressive at competitions in Italy
and Turkey.

Oreoluwa Cherebin: Swimmer

In this season of goodwill
and peace, I will like to take time out to say special thanks to all those who
supported me during the year. This year has been very busy and challenging for
me as a swimmer adjusting to school, traveling to several Championships
and training. Without the help of God, my parents, coaches, family, the
Ministry of Sports, Grenada Olympic Committee and supporters I would not
have been able to make it. Thanks also to the Media for supporting me and all
athletes. Merry Christmas and have a Christ filled New Year.

Oliya Clarkson: Figure Skater

As the year comes to an end,
I would like to thank the Prime Minister, the Grenada Olympic Committee, Minister
of Sports, Mr. Derrick James and Michael Bascombe, my parents, family and
friends, coaches and Grenadians all over the world for their support and
encouragement. To all, I wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. God
bless you all.  

Dwain Gill: Cricket Coach

Happy Christmas and a
productive New Year to all cricketers in particular and sports people in
general.
  Looking
forward to helping you achieve your goals in 2012.

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