Two of Grenada’s match officials received very good reviews following their officiating in the recently held Caribbean Football Union U14 Challenge Series in the Dominican Republic, August 22-30, 2021.
Jade Paul who has been a GFA Assistant referee for the past seven years has remained consistent in his training and keeping abreast of the laws of the game. He was assessed as very good in the areas of fitness, on field performance, off the field deportment, teamwork and comprehension. He was also assessed as having good knowledge in applying the laws of the game.
McManaman Bedeau, a referee with four (4) years of experience under his belt, also received a positive review. He was assessed as very good in the areas of fitness, comprehension and teamwork with good knowledge of applying the laws of the game.
The CFU Challenge Series was a Concacaf sanctioned tournament, therefore match officials’ assessment was conducted at a very high level. Chairman of the GFA Referees Committee Allan James congratulated the local match officials’ performance and encouraged them to keep working to improve their skills.