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Blink Vigilance supports the QRC boys

CAPTION: QRC Football Academy with Blink Vigilance representatives Darryl Duke (rear at right) and Malika Moore (extreme left).

Blink Vigilance was on the receiving end for a change when the Queen’s Royal College Football Academy presented the company’s Darryl Duke and Malika Moore with  personalized academy t-shirts.

The event, held on Saturday 13  at the Queen’s Royal College compound, was an expression of the team’s gratitude for Blink Vigilance’s  sponsorship of its football uniforms which the team wore  when they copped the Stokely Vale 14 & under Easter Tournament held in Tobago from March 29 to April 2.

The Queen’s Royal College Football Academy has been in existence since September 2010 and was established by Coach Pete Britto to develop individuals between the ages of 11-15 in the areas of academics, football and life skills.

The team has participated in various tournaments and has received many awards and accolades including the Clint Marcelle Memorial Tournament in which the A-Team won the Tournament and the Tyro 2012 Summer League where the team was awarded best midfielder, most disciplined and best uniform.  Britto said he was grateful to Blink Vigilance's sponsorship since it assisted the boys in looking “extremely outstanding and fully uniformed.”