Continental star ambassador and Brentford play maker, Romaine Lawyers, is currently in the form of his career, attracting the attention of many of the bigger teams. Click on the picture to read his thoughts about how he got started and how he is thankful to Continental Star stalwart, Dianne Lawyers, his mom.
Football is full of cliches but today the football community truly has lost one of its pioneers! Cyriĺle Regis paved the way for so many black footballers playing today. He endured racial taunts and overcame them so much so that many playing today couldn’t even fathom; rising to the top of his profession, representing his country at a time when even a section of his own fans booed him.
Cyriĺle truly was a gentleman that paved the way. We at Continental Star benefited from his support over the years and we are both grateful and thankful.
All those involved at Continental Star send out our condolences to the Regis family.
At 10:30 pm on Christmas eve – what are most young people doing? Counting down the minutes to Christmas day I hear you say. Well for twenty plus young Continental Star volunteers they spent the best part of the night helping to unload food for the Sports Hub’s annual Christmas food distribution. For the past few years volunteers from Continental Star have helped to distribute food to the needy members of our community during the festive season.
Star get off the mark with a win away to AFC Solihull. Two goals either side of the half by Davion Hamilton was enough to secure the points, after the home side was awarded a dubious equalizing goal, after it appeared that the ball had entered the goal directly from a throw-in. Star lifted their game and created several chances as both teams went for the win. However it was Davion who struck the winner with an effort from 25 yards out that flew pass the hapless keeper.
All of those at Continental Star wish Romario him continued success for the future.
— CONCACAF (@CONCACAF) February 25, 2017
Continental Star played a leading role in the recent sleep over at The Sports Hub, Holford drive. The sleep over was an opportunity for a group of young people (males) to get together for a bonding session designed to break down some the social barriers that exist among some of our young people.
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