Mon, 03 Aug 2020 17:40 - Updated Mon, 03 Aug 2020 17:39
Athletics: Provincial Association invests in training
Caxito - The newly elected chairperson of the Provincial Athletics Association, Domingos Ngueve Caxiala, has pledged the association’s commitment to the training of judges, timekeepers, and monitors.
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He also intends to create development athletics centers, initially in the municipality of Dande, further in (Dembos, Bula Atumba and Pango Aluquém) for the identification of values in this specialty.
The association will also establish a protocol of understanding for the development of school sports, hold provincial championships and regularly participate in national competitions for children and youth.
Domingos Ngueve Caxiala, candidate of the single list, was elected on Thursday in Caxito, head of the Provincial Athletics Association (APA) of Bengo, with three votes in favour, during the assembly of renewal of mandates, for the four-year term 2020/2024.
Three clubs, namely Domant FC, Académica FC do Panguila and Samba Sport Clube, took part in the election. The Mpatu Aponta do Ambriz team was absent.
Domingos Ngueve Caxiala replaces Domingos Ventura Neto who led the provincial association of the sport for four years.
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