Former Minister “Ghost” Phillip’s Dedication to Nation’s Youths

Dorset Park, St.Kitts (March 25th, 2024):-Glen “Ghost” Phillip, former Minister and current advisor in the Ministry of Sports, is tirelessly working to shape the future of the nation’s youths. Known for his selfless dedication, Ghost puts in overtime daily, aiming to nurture the next generation of basketball scholars, university graduates, and professional players.

Phillip’s journey in basketball is illustrious, marked by numerous accolades. As St. Kitts and Nevis’ first-ever basketball scholarship recipient, he earned a full scholarship to Quinnipiac University in 1988, graduating with a bachelor’s degree in marketing. His prowess on the court is unparalleled, boasting MVP titles from various regional tournaments, including OECS Club Championships and LIBA Tournaments.

Currently, Ghost is channeling his expertise into training a group of talented youngsters under the banner of the Hitters Basketball Club. The club, based at Dorset Park, conducts daily training sessions from 5 pm. Phillip’s coaching led the club to its record 20th national basketball title in 2023, and he’s determined to repeat this success.

The impact of Ghost’s efforts transcends basketball; they provide a beacon of hope for youths at risk. In a time where concerns about the direction of young boys prevail, Phillip’s commitment shines as a testament to the potential for positive change. The youths, benefiting from his free training and mentorship, are a testament to the transformative power of sports. With Ghost leading the charge, he’s proving that amidst challenges, hope persists, and opportunities for growth and success abound.

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