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PROUD OF THEM: Joshewa Frederick-Charlery, 20 - George Town - Sports

Community 22 Jan, 2018 Follow News

PROUD OF THEM: Joshewa Frederick-Charlery, 20 - George Town - Sports

Joshewa has played football since 2004 in the U13, U15, U17 and U21 and men’s local leagues. He subsequently went on to develop into a sought-after Premier League player competing for such outfits as Bodden Town and Academy football clubs. For most of his local football career Joshewa has also played for Cayman Athletics Sports Club.


The George Town player has represented the Cayman Islands as a national footballer at U20, U23 and in the senior men’s team in Caribbean Football Union, Olympic, CONCACAF and FIFA competitions in countries such as Curaçao, Haiti and Belize, as well as on home turf.


Joshewa has also coached the U11 side and refereed matches in the local primary school league, all in an effort to give back to the community which has groomed and supported his sports career.


His junior football career was noteworthy for many highlights. These include his team Cayman Athletics Sport Club: winning the U 17 league championship, placing third in the Disney International Cup and being the U13 Football Association Cup champions in the 2009-10 season. On an individual level, Joshewa’s superior football talents were recognised and he was the Golden Boot winner for the U15s in both the 2010-11 and 2011-12 seasons.


In addition to Joshewa’s football career, throughout primary and high school he participated in track, cricket and swimming.


Joshewa has used his ability in football to secure both athletic and academic scholarships to further his education and to gain international exposure in his sport.


In May of 2017 he graduated from Northwest Kansas Technical College with an associate degree. He was highlighted at that college as Sportsman of the 2016 season and was the college team’s football captain in his senior year.


Since August 2017, Joshewa has been pursuing a bachelor’s degree at Longwood University on scholarship, and competes for that university’s soccer team, which are rated NCAA Division 1, the highest level of intercollegiate athletics sanctioned by the National Collegiate Association in the United States. By October 2017 he was already featured as the MVP of a match.


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