DA Sports appreciates Fontaine and Abini for their cricketing achievements

The DA Sports Vybez organization has recently shared an update regarding appreciation and recognition of the young women cricketers in the Dominican regions named Earnisha Fontaine and Abini St Jean.

DA Sports appreciates Fontaine and Abini for their cricketing achievements (image credits Facebook)
DA Sports appreciates Fontaine and Abini for their cricketing achievements (image credits Facebook)

Dominica:

The DA Sports Vybez organization has recently shared an update regarding appreciation and recognition of the young women cricketers in the Dominican regions named Earnisha Fontaine and Abini St Jean.

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As per the latest post shared by DA Sports Vybez (An organization that promotes and pushes sports in Dominica forward), the two cricketers were praised for their extraordinary performances on the cricket field for both their clubs and teams so far.

As per the statistics, Earnisha Fontaine is a young emerging player who was selected in the west indies under 19 cricket team for the global tournament of the under 19 cricket world Cup in South Africa next year. 

On the other hand, Abini St Jean is also a West Indian allrounder who will be representing West Indies under-19 team alongside Fontaine. Furthermore, the DA Sports Vybez organization took it to convey that the achievement and accomplishments of the two young female cricketers are worth notable. 

DA Sports stated that Earnisha and Abini Jean were selected to represent the under-19 Windward Island Women’s Cricket Team in the series of five (5) matches T-Twenty (T-20) Bilateral Tournament against the under-19 team of TNT in April.

Moreover, Earnisha Fontaine and Abini St Jean were also chosen to play for the West Indies under-19 cricket team to participate in a Bilateral series against the USA (United States of America) under-19 cricket team in St Vincent.

In addition, as per the previous updates and information, Earnisha Fontaine was highly praised by her school’s management after she booked her place in the West Indies under-19 cricket team for the first time. 

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During the time, the CBSS (Castle Bruce Secondary School, Dominica) extended their heart-warming congratulation to the family of Fontaine as she made her school proud with her sheer hard work on the cricket field.

Following the end, DA Sports extended their best wishes to both the talented cricketer for their future career and thanked them for the hard work and dedication that they have shown so far. DA Sports concluded the appreciation post by encouraging Fontaine and Abini Jean, adding, ‘’Continue working hard, ladies’’.

 

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