The ceremony was held with the aim of presenting the links of rapprochement, dialogue and collaboration between the leaders and the athletes. It also made it possible to take stock of the 2021-2022 sports season and to release perspectives for the coming season that will guide the club’s vision. This season was marked by the victory of the handball section at the Brazzaville Departmental Championship, at the Brazzaville City Cup and then the recent victory at the National Championship.
Internationally, the DGSP won the 6e edition of the Working Sports Championship held this year in Algiers (Algeria). She is also vice-champion of Africa in the 38e edition of the African Cup Winners’ Championships organized in Niger. ” To tell the truth, the senior women’s team of the handball section of the DGSP multidisciplinary club did not wait many years. Only five years were enough to rise to the firmament of Congolese women’s handball. This glorious coronation of the national championship wants to translate the fruit of the effort and the work in the discipline, the abnegation and the love for the practice of handball… Having gleaned all these victories at the national and continental level, all the merit is for us to wear today the insignia that will be designated to us “, explained François Elion Ndouniama, the general secretary of the club.
This year should, according to him, be capitalized on in the next season. He invited the actors to consolidate the results with rigor and discipline. In the other sections, the junior men won the 6e edition of the African Zone 4 Championships and vice-champions of Brazzaville. The senior ladies are vice-champions of the 7e edition of the Zone 4 Championships and champions of Brazzaville. Senior men ranked 4e at the Zone 4 Championships and vice-champions in Brazzaville. The cadets occupied the 3e place at the Brazzaville Championships. All these teams are preparing for the national championships which will be played in August.
Boxing dominated the City Cup with six gold medals and winners of the Brazzaville Championships with seven gold medals. The judokas expressed themselves well during the judo revival competition with six medals including one gold, two silver and three bronze. They won two medals at the Coupe de la République (one silver and one bronze), before winning medals at the Brazzaville Championships (six gold, one silver and nine bronze). Karate has won three gold medals at the Ouenzé-Talangaï sub-league Championships and a gold medal at the Brazzaville Junior Championships. The nzango section is qualified for the National Championships. ” The 2022-2023 season offers itself to us as a season of responsibility vis-à-vis ourselves so that the sports plan that will be developed is carried out with self-sacrifice. Everyone’s contribution is expected in terms of technical and sporting investment “, he specified.
During the ceremony, the athletes presented the harvest repeated during the season to their president Serge Oboa after the thanksgiving mass said in Fatima parish in Mpila.