Well-known Grenada track and field coach, Paul Phillip, is no longer on the job search.
Employment arrangements, which had been ongoing with government, have been satisfactorily concluded, according to Phillip.
“I am pretty happy and comfortable at this moment,’’ said Phillip. “I have been employed by the government.’’
Phillip, head coach of St. David’s Track Blazers’ Club, has guided the careers of many local athletes, including teenage javelin record-holder Anderson Peters. Last year, he provided consultancy services to Grenadian Olympians Kurt Felix and Lindon Victor.
Phillip received the 2016 Male Coach of the Year award at last Saturday’s ceremony of the Grenada Olympic Committee (GOC).
Rosemarie Dinnoh, who was nominated by the Grenada Table Tennis Association, was awarded Female Coach of the Year.
In highlighting the achievements of Dinnoh, the GOC said: “The schools she coaches, and with which she works, have been consistently winning the majority of the age-group competitions in the Ministry of Sports Primary and Secondary Schools’ tournaments. In addition, junior players from her clubs dominated all three junior tournaments staged by the Grenada Table Tennis Association in 2016.’’
Source: CaribUpdate Weekly