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Stakeholders start five-day Basic user and Database Administration Training Workshop

GREAT BAY (DCOMM) – The National Development Plan (NDP) team from the Department of the Interior and Kingdom Relations (BAK), the implementing agency for NDP project, has organized a five-day Basic User and Database Administration Training Workshop that started on June 1.

The workshop will brought together stakeholders from the various government ministries with respect to the further development of the Government’s newly developed SintMaartenInfo Database which compiles socio-economic data.

The data will help Government policy developers and planners to use evidence based information for policy development which is necessary to implement the NDP.

The training covers the concepts and features of the Database and an in-debt hands-on experience to the SintMaartenInfo Administration application.

Step by Step the attendees will be explained how to use all the features of the system. Users will be able to search for data, to produce presentation objects, and even to create and manage their own database for their respective Ministry.

It’s a basic level training that will be facilitated by a trainer.

The training will take place at OSSEM Solutions.

SintMaartenInfo is a database system that focuses on promoting the use of national statistics in evidence-based policy and planning at global, regional and national level.

The introduction of this database will further consolidate Governments efforts in evidenced based sustainable development planning.  It establishes a national database that enables Government to monitor the developmental progress of the country. 

Similar database systems are used by numerous countries for this purpose. The Government of Sint Maarten, in particular the Department of Statistics within the Ministry of Tourism, Economic affairs Transport and Telecommunication and BAK, will oversee the implementation of the SintMaartenInfo database in Sint Maarten.

Only through a process of collecting, digitalizing and confirming data validity is government able to truly measure progress in achieving the policy results that are expected to be accomplished.


Public Ministry of Health Vaccination Open House a Success with 127 Children in Attendance and 80 vaccines administered

GREAT BAY (DCOMM) – Section Youth Health Care, within the Ministry of Public Health, Social Development and Labour, has termed its annual Vaccination Open House held on May 16 a huge success.  The open house was held under the banner of the 13th Vaccination Week in the Americas (VWA).

During the open house activity children between the ages of two months and 17 years could receive their vaccinations or update their vaccination records or receive information on vaccinations.

In total 127 children visited the outreach event to update their vaccination status. A total of 64 children received vaccinations, a total amount of 80 doses of vaccines were administered during the event.

For children aged zero to four years of age 17 clients was seen, compared to 29 clients during last year’s outreach in June 2014. Five clients were up to date already; the other 12 clients received a total of 22 doses of vaccines, compared to 42 doses of vaccine last year.

For the children aged four and older there were 110 clients, compared to 66 clients at the outreach in June 2014. Almost half of the children were already up to date.  52 children received vaccinations, 51 children were already up to date.

Some clients didn’t have any information or their information needed to be translated. 15 children still need follow up after the event to complete their vaccination series or to update their information.

The national immunization program of Sint Maarten protects against the following vaccine preventable diseases: Diphtheria, Tetanus, Whooping cough (also called Pertussis), Polio, Haemophilus influenza type B (Hib), Hepatitis B, Pneumococcal disease, Measles, Mumps, Rubella and Human Papilloma Virus infections (to protect against cervical cancer).

Regionally the VWA was celebrated from April 25th to May 2nd 2015. The regional slogan for VWA 2015 is “Boost your power! Get vaccinated!”

Boost your power is linked to the super hero theme that was also presented in the posters distributed among the countries of the region and that were distributed to the schools, pharmacies, SZV and doctor offices in Sint Maarten by the team of CPS.

VWA is an extraordinary effort led by the countries and territories of the Americas to advance equity and access to vaccination. Vaccination Week in the Americas also provides a highly visible platform to raise population awareness regarding the importance of immunization and to keep vaccines on the forefront of political agendas.

Vaccines boost the power of your immune system and fight off vaccine preventable diseases. Vaccines work by mimicking disease agents and stimulating the immune system to build up defenses against them; they prepare your body to fight off disease when exposed to full strength pathogens in the future.

At the open house there also was a bouncing castle, popcorn, fruits, water, and a super hero and balloon molders visited the event to entertain the children. CPS would like to thank all the parents and children for their support and for their participation in this event.

The Vaccination Open House took place at Youth Health Care by the Ministry of Public Health at the Vineyard Office Park in Philipsburg at W.G. Buncamper Road #33.  


POWER HOUR: Boss Edition a Huge Success! Imran Amjad inspires close to 100 aspiring leaders to be leaders first and then be innovative!!

GREAT BAY - Close to 100 aspiring leaders came to the POWER HOUR: Boss Edition on May 27, 2015.  Held at the University of St. Martin for the first time, the quarterly networking event for entrepreneurs and entrepreneurial professionals, attracted a variety of participants at different stages of their career. In the accompanied booklet for the evening, INFOBIZZ defined BOSS to mean Building Others’ Success Stories and encouraged all participants to help others to achieve success by becoming extraordinary leaders and by staying innovative.

With a focus on innovative leadership, the program of Boss Edition of POWER HOUR consisted of three main activities: 1) a networking activity facilitated by the founder and director of INFOBIZZ, Ms. Ife Badejo, 2) a keynote address on being an Innovative Leader by Mr. Imran Amjad, Chairman of NAGICO group with over 30 years of experience and recently decorated for his contribution to business, sports, and the community, and 3) Pitch It™- sales pitch activity inspired by ABC’s hit show Shark Tank.

The evening started with a network activity, which was prefaced with a TED Talk by Brazilian entrepreneur Bel Pesce entitled, “5 Ways to Kill Your Dreams”.  TED is an international non-profit organization where some of the greatest thought leaders share “ideas worth sharing” on any topic. The networking activity encouraged the participants to connect with someone they did not know and share a specific goal that they would like to achieve in one year’s time.

Mr. Amjad, Chairman of NAGICO Group, gave a dynamic keynote address filled with anecdotes and practical tips from over 30 years of experience building a company from the ground up, which is now the largest insurance company in the English speaking Caribbean and worth $230 million.  He spoke with charisma, injected humor and was refreshingly honest about the various challenges he encountered in building NAGICO to be a multinational enterprise based on St. Maarten from its very humble beginnings.

Not only did Mr. Amjad defined what a true leader is and emphasized the importance of being a leader first, he generously expounded on the qualities of an innovative leader, the topic of POWER HOUR: Boss Edition.  He explained the importance of being passionate, persuasive, a team builder, a strategist, a people person, student and master of change, fearless, decisive, and most importantly, a hard-worker.

Lastly, in Pitch It™ two entrepreneurs volunteered to ‘pitch’ their business ideas to Mr. Amjad, who acted as the ‘investor’ for the pitch and had to choose which business he would refer to invest in and why. The two volunteers were Chaendro Bute and Sheldon Ellis.  These two entrepreneurs had technical businesses that would transform the quality of life for businesses and direct customers alike.

This was a unique opportunity for them to get feedback on their specific business ideas as well as for the audience to get a sneak peak on what investors are interested in and their thinking process. The focus was not for anyone to walk away with start-up capital, but to get valuable information to help them take their business ideas to another level.

Ife Badejo, founder and director of Foundation INFOBIZZ, participated in similar activities during her studies in the Netherlands and was inspired to introduce this segment upon her return from Entrepreneur Magazine’s Growth Conference in Miami, FL on February 4, 2015.

“Earlier in the year, I went to the Growth Conference in Miami. Barbara Corcoran, a real estate tycoon, multimillionaire, and an investor on ABC’s hit show “Shark Tank” was the keynote speaker. After her speech, three entrepreneurs pitched their business ideas to her as if she was on the show (Shark Tank). What I found extremely valuable was her questions and feedback on their sales pitch and their business concepts. It gave me an opportunity to see what an investor and entrepreneur on her level of success is looking for and what excites them about upcoming businesses. I decided that I would include it into the POWER HOUR and the Boss Edition was ideal since we had such a notably successful entrepreneur as part of the POWER HOUR.” Ms. Badejo stated.

All participants were greeted with complimentary welcome mixed drinks from Lazy Lizard, which soft launched their infused rum at the Boss Edition of POWER HOUR. Snacks and other refreshments were provided by Maranatha Cuisine, whose chef, Maranatha Leconte launched her catering business shortly after the first POWER HOUR in November 2013 and has grown her business tremendously since focusing on healthy foods which do not have damaging preservatives. 

INFOBIZZ has two more POWER HOUR sessions scheduled for the year. The next one will take place on September 2, 2015 and the last one will be part of the Global Entrepreneurship Week (GEW) during November 16-22, 2015.  During GEW 2015, Dr. Will Moreland, #1 Leadership Life Trainer in the US, is already confirmed to be a part of the various activities during that week. INFOBIZZ is also negotiating with local, regional, and other international trainers and entrepreneurs to make the most transformative and dynamic experience for those that want to achieve extraordinary levels of success.

For more information or to partner with INFOBIZZ on the Global Entrepreneurship Week, please contact them at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call them at +1-721-523-1842. To get a glimpse of POWER HOUR: Boss Edition, visit


Rotary Club of St. Maarten Sunrise Awarded at District Conference

PHILIPSBURG - Rotary Club of St Martin Sunrise received five awards for their performance over the 2014 – 2015 Rotary year during the latest district conference held in Jamaica.

The awards received are:

The Club of the Month Gold Award;

The District Governor Award for Excellence-Bronze;

The Certificate of Merit for maintaining an outstanding club Facebook page and

The Zone 34 – Public Image Citation, in recognition of the work in developing a public image plan and the initiation of public relations activities that will enhance the visibility of the club in the community.

The club also received their first ever Area of Focus Platinum Award for service efforts in six Areas of Focus:

1.     'Promoting Peace' - Peace and Conflict Resolution

2.     'Fighting Disease' - Disease Prevention and Treatment

3.     'Providing Clean Water' - Water and Sanitation

4.     'Saving Mothers and Children' - Maternal and Child Health

5.     'Supporting Education' - Basic Education and Literacy through Literacy

6.     'Growing Local Economies' - Economic and Community Development

With these achievements, the club continues its award winning tradition.

The table below gives an overview of the awards received between 2012 and 2015

District Awards overview 2012 - 2015

Type of Award

2012 - 2013

2013 - 2014

2014 - 2015

Area of Focus



Club of the Month




District Governor Award for Excellence




Zone 34 – Public Image Citation




Certificate of Merit for outstanding Facebook page




First Class Club




Rotary Significant



Youth at Risk








Hunger alleviation



Sonesta Resort offers perfect staycation for St. Maarten/St. Martin residents

PHILIPSBURG/MAHO – St. Maarten/St. Martin is known worldwide for its superb resort accommodations, amenities and attractions. The best ambassadors of the island’s splendours are its residents. For that reason the Maho Group invites residents to experience the best there is at Sonesta Maho Beach Resort and Casino and Sonesta Great Bay Beach Resort, Casino and Spa.

With the approach of summer, St. Maarten/St. Martin residents can book their staycations at either of the all-inclusive resort as well as the exclusive Ocean Point, the newest crown jewel of the Maho Group’s collection. Proof of St. Maarten/St. Martin residency is required at time of check-in.

Residents can nab a stay at any of the resorts for this weekend or save it for later in the summer. Resident rates are 45 per cent less than the regular nightly fees.

Double occupancy for St. Maarten residents at Sonesta Maho beach Resort starts at US $121 per person per night. The nightly fee at the adults-only Sonesta Great Bay Beach Resort Casino and Spa is US $138 at per person per night. Sonesta Ocean Point Resort suites are tagged at US $178 per person per night.

Residents just looking for short getaway of peace and tranquillity with all-inclusive carefreeness can opt for the fabulous US $89 day pass at Sonesta Maho Beach Resort and Casino and at Sonesta Great Bay Beach Resort, Casino and Spa.

Serenity Spa at Sonesta Maho Beach Resort and Casino is also opened for residents to enjoy a relaxing and calming escape. Highly recommended are the 55 minutes Guanaberry and Sugar Body Scrub and the 55/75 minutes St. Maarten Island Flow Massage.

“We invite residents to experience the Sonesta collection. We strive to exceed expectations and to surpass the regular benchmark of excellence. St. Maarten/St. Martin residents are avid travellers and are accustomed to high quality of service and accommodate and we provide that right at home. We look forward to welcoming you at one of our resorts,” said the Maho Group.

Sonesta Maho Beach Resort and Casino is a limitless all-inclusive resort and is a spectacular “destination within a destination.” It offers endless activities for your enjoyment and relaxation with a large pool with cascading waterfalls, four tennis courts, a lively children’s programme, a swim-up pool bar, five restaurants and bars, a casino, nightclub and much more.

Sonesta Great Bay Beach Resort, Casino and Spa is a serene Caribbean haven - and St. Maarten’s premier, limitless all-inclusive, adults-only resort. Delivering a new level of sophistication and style, the elegant destination hotel is situated on a mile-long white-sand beach, overlooking Great Bay and the sparkling sea. With endless amenities and personalized service, the resort invites guests to unwind at three swimming pools, four restaurants, four bars, a spa and the Golden Casino for the ultimate vacation experience complemented by stellar service.

The five-star Sonesta Ocean Point Resort embraces a contemporary Caribbean style within a luxury, adults-only, limitless all-inclusive vacation experience. The 129 all-suite spectacular “resort within a resort” features three pools, three bars and the modern Mediterranean Azul restaurant while 24-hour room service and wellness treatments are complemented by exemplary service from private concierges, all culminating in the most uniquely designed hotel that St. Maarten has seen.

Inspired by beautiful aromas of the Caribbean, the Serenity Spa transcends you on a journey that can only be described as blissful. Whether you are looking for a romantic spa experience for two or just some well-deserved alone time, let our skilled therapists help you find peace, balance and harmony.


Minister Connor attends Oranje School Anti-bullying session

PHILIPSBURG – Minister of Tourism, Economic Affairs, Transport and Telecommunications (Ministry TEATT) Hon. Claret Connor attended an anti-bullying session at the Oranje School on behalf of Minister of Education Hon. Rita Bourne-Gumbs.

The theme for the session was: “Bullying is mean and should not be seen,” drafted by Michelle Vicioso.

During the session an original song was performed by three students, namely Chenieu Quailey, Marva Granger, Smijdin Penthiere.

The song was: “Bullying is Wrong. Bullying is Wrong.  It’s like a bad song. And if you’re a bully. Then you’re a dummy.  Keep it in mind. To always be kind.”

Bullying is unwanted, aggressive behaviour among school aged children that involves a real or perceived power imbalance.  The behaviour is repeated, or has the potential to be repeated, over time.

In order to be considered bullying, the behaviour must be aggressive and include: an imbalance of power; kids who bully use their power – such as physical strength, access to embarrassing information, or popularity – to control or harm others.  Power imbalances can change over time and in different situations, even if they involve the same people.

Repetition: bullying behaviors happen more than once or have the potential to happen more than one.

“Government is committed to supporting students to feel safe and accepted in their schools and communities.  Everybody has a role to play in stopping bullying, however since bullying-related incidents often originate at school or impact other students, educators, counsellors and Government saw the need to have these types of sessions as a first response.  I was very impressed with the presentations by the students,” Minister of TEATT Hon. Claret Connor said on Tuesday.

There are three types of bullying, verbal bullying, social bullying, and physical bullying.  Verbal bullying is saying or writing mean things and includes teasing, name-calling, inappropriate sexual comments, taunting, and threatening to cause harm.

Social bullying, involves hurting someone’s reputation or relationships, and includes leaving someone out on purpose; telling other children not to be friends with someone; spreading rumors about someone; embarrassing someone in public.

Physical bullying involves hurting a person’s body or possessions and includes hitting/kicking/pinching, spitting, tripping/pushing, taking or breaking someone’s things, and making mean or rude hand gestures. 

Also attending the Monday morning bullying session was Sonia Parotte, Principal Oranje School; Glenderlin Davis Holiday, Division Head of Public Schools; Steven Carty, Community Police Officer for Philipsburg; and Patricia Pantophlet, Secretary in the Cabinet of Minister TEATT.    



ISLAND HOOPS GLOBALL receives contribution from WIB

PHILIPSBURG – Marketing Manager Ferdinand Beauperthuy on behalf of Windward Islands Bank presented ISLAND HOOPS founder and Youth basketball coach Paul Bell with a contribution towards the ISLAND HOOPS GLOBALL excursion to Hoop Group Elite Camp in July.

“We at WIB felt it necessary to make a contribution on behalf of the entire selection,” said WIB Marketing Manager Ferdinand Beauperthuy.

“WIB would like to ask the St. Maarten business community to contribute to the Island Hoops Athletic excursion to showcase their talent abroad, as showing Sint Maarten’s talent benefits us all in the long run,” Beauperthuy concluded.


3rd Final Lions Club Zone Meeting Scheduled for Saturday in Statia

ST. EUSTATIUS - On Saturday May 30th, 2015, Zone Chairman Lion Claudio Buncamper MJF will be holding his 3rd and final Zone Meeting of Zone 2B in St. Eustatius.

As the Lionistic year comes to end, Zone Chairman Lion Claudio will receive all reports of the four Lions clubs of Zone 2B which are St. Eustatius, Saba, Anguilla and St. Maarten and also all the Leo Club reports from the clubs of St. Maarten, Saba and Anguilla.

This zone meeting will also be our 1st friendship weekend after many years. Lions will come together for the weekend starting from Friday evening to socialize and further discuss on how to continue and better our Service to our community, a press release from the Lion’s Club said.

The clubs will also be holding an open session for the public of St. Eustatius to show the good work that the clubs do and try and see if we can get some more quality members for the club in St. Eustatius whom are presently having a membership drive, according to the Lion’s Club press release. 


Rochelle Ward represents St. Martin writers at Book Fair 2015; opening ceremony at new Media Tech center in Marigot

GREAT BAY/MARIGOT—Rochelle Ward has been selected to represent the island’s writers and authors at the 13th annual St. Martin Book Fair, June 4 - 6, 2015, said Jacqueline Sample, president of House of Nehesi Publishers (HNP).

Ward also writes under the name Faizah Tabasamu, and has been published in the recent book, Where I See The Sun – Contemporary Poetry in St. Martin. “Faizah is one of the island’s few consistent and quality bloggers, at Also, the author Lasana Sekou considers her to be St. Martin’s leading new generation poet,” said Sample.

It will be an honor to hold the torch of St. Martin’s literary expressions this year at the St. Martin Book Fair. I encourage all other local writers to come out to this weekend event where writers, wordsmiths, and philosophers from around the world rally on our island. Come, let them feel the strength of our pulse,” said Ward.


“Each year a published writer is selected by book fair organizers to represent the nation’s writers and authors. The writer’s photo appears on the book fair poster as one of the invited authors from around the world. The selected writer coordinates a workshop and attends as many book fair activities as possible, like a St. Martin literary ambassador,” said Shujah Reiph of Conscious Lyrics Foundation (CLF). The literary festival is organized by CLF and HNP.


“Another encouragement for writers and publishing in St. Martin is the book exhibition at the opening ceremony onJune 4, and on the main book fair day at USM, on June 6, said Reiph. “New to the exhibition will be school teacher Joselyne Arnell.” Ignacio and the Mysterious Egg is the first children’s book by the French Quarter native, “and it came out only a few weeks ago,” said Reiph.


All authors living on the island, whether they are self-published or published by a traditional publisher can sell their books at the book fair. In this way, St. Martin people and our visitors get to see, and to buy as gifts or for personal reading pleasure, more books in one place than they might get at any other time or place on the island, said Reiph.


“The writers also get a chance to meet more people in one place,” said Reiph. Writers and booksellers of all types of books will get a free table on a first come basis by contacting This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., according to a Book Fair Committee information letter. 


“The June 4 opening ceremony of the island-wide book fair takes place at the Territorial Media Tech, at 8 PM, in Spring Concordia, Marigot. The new center houses the public library, and is “a super attraction this year because of its spaciousness and attractive design,” said Reiph.


“All of the people of our entire island are invited to the opening ceremony, to meet exciting writers, find new books, and to participate in all activities of the 13th annual St. Martin Book Fair, on June 4 - 6, 2015,” said Reiph.


Day 12: Results of the annual SMSEF Interscholastic Soccer Tournament

BELVEDERE – On Saturday 23 May, the finals and consolation finals were played in the 7+Under and 9+Under age group categories at the Johan Cruijff Court in Belvedere. The finalists played for first and second place. The consolation finalists played for third and fourth place. The games were played in between the Champions League games that were played during the day as part of the One-Day Champions League competition. The day closed with the Champions League final.

On Saturday, May 30, the finals and consolation finals will be played in the 11+Under, 13+Under, Girls 13+Under and Champions League categories followed by the award ceremony for all participating categories at the Johan Cruijff Court. At the award ceremony prizes will be handed out to the top finishers, the most-disciplined team, the best goalkeeper, the MVP (most valuable player) and the top Goal-getter in each category. The award ceremony is scheduled to start at 1:45 p.m.

Category 7+U Consolation Final

Sr. Regina vs Sr. Magda Rockstars: result 6 – 2 (at halftime 1 - 2)

Goal scorers Sr. Regina: Wilenda Gourdet and Jefferson Lycklama ā Nijeholt with 3 goals. Nalu Boere made an assist.

Goal scorers Sr. Magda: Yannick Mingo and Jeremiah Telemacque both scored 1 goal. Owen Christian made an assist.

The game was close in the first half and Sr. Magda Rockstars had the upper hand going into the break. Sr. Regina stepped up their game in the second half and left the field victorious. As a result Sr. Regina is the third place winner in the 7+Under age group category. Sr. Magda Rockstars finished in fourth place.

Category 7+U Final

Learning Unlimited Hotshots vs Leonald Connor: result 3 – 0 (at halftime 0 – 0)

Goal scorers Learning Unlimited Hotshots: Ajani Blake with 2 goals and Leone Marshall with 1 goal.

The first half was a nail biter. Neither team was able to score but they created plenty of opportunities. In the second half Learning Unlimited Hotshots lived up to their reputation and quickly took the lead. Two more goals ensured the championship. Learning Unlimited Hotshots finished in first place and Leonald Connor finished, well deserved, in second place.

Category 9+U Consolation Final

Learning Unlimited vs Sr. Magda Energetics: result 3 – 2 (at halftime 2 – 1)

Goal scorers Learning Unlimted: Ghassan Yousef, Connor Schripps Ewing and Malachi Martis each scored 1 goal.

Goal scorers Sr. Magda Energetics: Orwin Richardson and Safin Basir each scored 1 goal.

After a close first half Learning Unlimited went into the break with a one goal lead. The team managed to hold on to the lead in the second half in order to win the game. Sr. Magda Energetics gave it their all, but they were unable to put the equalizer between the posts. Learning Unlimited finished in third place. Sr. Magda Energetics finished in fourth place.

Category 9+U Final

Combine Silly Shooters vs Sr. Magda Athletics: result 3 – 1 (at halftime 0 – 1)

Goal scorers Combine Silly Shooters: Quincy Busby scored 2 goals and Xabel Dias scored 1 goal. Lucas Disch made an assist.

Goal scorer Sr. Magda Athletics: Gianni Fer scored 1 goal after an assist by Amani Vanterpool.

Sr. Magda Athletics was leading at the halftime with as score of 0 – 1. This was not due to lack of trying by the Silly Shooters, but due to great goal keeping by Sr. Magda’s keeper Keith Gittens. In the second half the Silly Shooters were able to out play the Sr. Magda defense in order to come back in the game. Continuing with the same offensive strategy they were able to score two more to secure the championship. Combine Silly Shooters finished in first place. Sr. Magda Athletics, which was undefeated in their first round and consecutive pool play, finished in second place.

Champions League

Five schools registered to participate in the One-Day Champions League competition and to show case their school talents in the 12+Under age group category. Each team played each other to determine who would make it to the final and consolation finale. The results of the day were as followed:

Sr. Magda


Learning Unlimited

2 – 4

Sr. Regina


Leonald Connor

1 – 4

Learning Unlimited


Dr. Martin Luther King

9 – 2

Sr. Regina


Dr. Martin Luther King

6 – 3

Learning Unlimited


Leonald Connor

0 – 5

Sr. Magda


Dr. Martin Luther King

2 – 5

Sr. Magda


Leonald Connor

3 – 4

Learning Unlimited


Sr. Regina

1 – 4

Leonald Connor


Dr. Martin Luther King

5 – 2

Sr. Magda


Sr. Regina

2 – 2

The standings before the final were as followed:

  1. Leonald Connor                12 points (+12)
  2. Sr. Regina (6 points (+3)
  3. Learning Unlimited    6 points (+1)
  4. Dr. Martin Luther King 3 points (-10)
  5. Sr. Magda 1 point (-6)

Learning Unlimited will play versus Dr. Martin Luther King in the Champions League consolation final on May 30, 2015.

Champions League Final

Leonald Connor vs Sr. Regina: result 5 – 1 (at halftime 4 – 0)

Goal scorers Leonald Connor: Gamy Charles scored 3 goals, Durvane Solomon and Tyrese Whyte each scored 1 goal

Goal scorer Sr. Regina: result Reshawn Eustase with 1 goal.

Leonald Connor reaffirmed to be the strongest team in the Champions League this year by remaining undefeated in the final. Sr. Regina tried to regroup in the second half of the game, however the goal difference resulting from the first half was too big to overcome. Leonald Connor are the 2015 Champions League winners.

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