Trinidad and Tobago referee Kwinsi Williams has received a commendable review for his performance at the recent Concacaf Program of Referee Excellence G-III Introductory course which was held between March 21st-April 10th, 2019.
According to Concacaf, Williams received an excellent performance review in the following areas – Classroom and technical sessions; Fitness- Training and Ability; Off the field department and Teamwork and a “Very Good” review in on-field performance.
The Concacaf assessment report signed off by CONCACAF Director of Refereeing Brian Hall, further stated, “ Positive Performance Areas – Kwinsi was willing to learn and adapt; He executed the recommendations on the field of play effortlessly; His mannerism among his peers was first class; He shows very good foul recognition, thus game control.”
Williams’ performance in the Fitness Test, Weight and Body Composition was graded as excellent.
Head of TTFA Referees Department Wayne Casesar commended Williams, encouraging him to maintain his work rate. “I am indeed motivated by this result . Please bear in mind that this is just the first step and there is a long road to travel ahead. Keep working and pave the way for others to come,” Caesar said.
Meantime, three T&T match officials are currently at the IMG Academy in Florida attending the 2019 Concacaf Gold Cup Referee Candidate Course and 2019 Concacaf Under 17 Championship.
Those three officials are Joseph Bertrand, Ainsley Rochard and Caleb Wales. As part of the course which will see them vie for selection to officiate at the 2019 Concacaf Gold Cup, participants will undergo thorough classroom instruction and technical sessions on the field of play utilizing players.