Following six rounds of exciting domino action between the Guyana Police Force (GPF), Guyana Fire Service (GFS) and the Guyana Prison Service (GPS) in the Ministry of Home Affairs Inter Agency competition, the spoils were shared equally with each entity winning two games each.
A final game had to be organised to determine the overall champions and that date was December, 28 at the Police Sports Club, Eve Leary.
The home team (GPF) took full advantage of playing in their back yard to sneak to victory by the slimmest of margins.
Led by Alana Campbell with 16 games Police arrested their challengers to chalk up 72 games, one ahead of the Fire Service with the Prison Service bringing up the rear on 69 games.
Leading Fire was the Most Outstanding Player of the Tournament Rawle Barrow (17 games), Curtis Liverpool 15 and Trecia Leander with 14.
Winston Benn who captured the trophy for the Most Valuable Player led Prisons with 17 games, Beverly Williams contributed 14.
Ann Thompson of Police was named the Most Outstanding Female player of the tournament.
Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Home Affairs Ms. Angela Johnson congratulated the teams for playing a very competitive series of matches which saw Police taking top honors.
Ms. Johnson noted that she was happy to see that the Agencies took time out to be involved in an activity that brought workers together in a competitive arena.
Organiser Ovid Glasglow was also commended for his continuing efforts in putting together sporting activities that creates a high level of camaraderie among the Agencies.
Ms. Ann Thompson delivered the vote of thanks, expressing gratitude to all the players who made the competition a resounding success. She also singled out the Honorable minister of Home Affairs, Clement Rohee for special mention.
Sponsors of the tournament were Banks DIH Limited, The Guinness Bar, The Trophy Stall and Payless Get More Shopping Centre.
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