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Roseau, Dominica March 7th, 2018: Jamal Augustine, 16, of the Dominica Grammar School and Adriel Lawrence, 13, of the Castle Bruce Secondary School won Flow's 'today at the Windsor Park Sports Stadium where 40 of Dominica's young footballers competed for an opportunity to be one of two players to win a once-in-a-lifetime VIP trip to Old Trafford in Manchester, England.

FLOW and Manchester United Football Club have partnered to bring this opportunity to footballers across 14 Caribbean countries which will see the young football players participate in challenges that will test their skills in short passing, dribbling, defensive qualities, teamwork, attitude and scoring goals.

The skills are all taken from the Manchester United Soccer Schools' programme and local coaches evaluated and ranked each player at the end of the half-day event.

Augustine and Lawrence along with their coaches and a parent will then travel to Trinidad where the players will compete in a final weekend of skills and small-sided games. The finals weekend will include one-on-one training with Manchester United Soccer School Coaches.

The players will also compete with the finalists from the other 13 countries for a chance to be one of two players to win a once-in-a-lifetime VIP trip to Old Trafford in Manchester, England. The coaches of the winning players will also attend.