Grange provides $2m each to Cavalier and Waterhouse FC to participate in Caribbean Club Championships
Olivia “Babsy” Grange

KINGSTON, Jamaica— Sport Minister Olivia Grange has come to the assistance of local football by providing Cavalier and Waterhouse football clubs with $2 million each toward their participation in the CONCACAF Caribbean Club Championships.

Cavalier, the Premier League defending champions, and second-place Waterhouse, will represent Jamaica at the Championships that will be held in the Dominican Republic between May 13 and 25, 2022.

Teams playing in the Competition will come from Jamaica, Haiti, and the host nation the Dominican Republic.

“These are challenging times for everyone, but, out of love for our people and sports, the Ministry gladly obliged when called on again to assist,” Grange said.

“The nation will be rooting for Cavalier and Waterhouse and we are happy that all the games will be televised live in 26 countries.”

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