IF TALENT DON'T WORK HARD, HARD WORK WILL BEAT TALENTMonday 13th May 2013
“If talent don’t work hard, hard work will beat talent” -- that’s one of the mottos that the CPTSA Wings Sports Club has adopted. In this week’s NewsLetter, the Wings Sports Club features two young ladies who, by their work ethics, seem to acknowledge the motto.
Kayana Alexander—4th Form student of the Christ the King High School is an aspiring Football Goalkeeper and basketball player, playing both sports for her school and
the Wings Sports Club.
The 5’8” young lady is one of the most coachable and willing young ladies in the Club. With serious practice and dedication Kayana will be a great asset in football and basketball.
Jahtysha Nesbitt— 5’9” Forward, commands good ball control and power. Jahtysha, who was born in Albany, upstate NY, is a 4th Form student of the Faith Hope HighSchool.
Jahtysha is one of the most pleasant and hard working young ladies on the Wings Girls Basketball team. Her disposition to get along with her teammates and her hard-working output at practice will certainly pay off for her.
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