Nov 30, 2012 Sports
Basketball players in Berbice will soon have an opportunity to show off their skill when the Corentyne All Stars Sports Club organise a round robin inter club basketball competition for clubs in the East Berbice area.
Five clubs are listed to participate in the competition which will be played in various parts of the county. The clubs expected to participate are Central New Amsterdam, Smythfield, Jammers basketball Club of Corentyne, Fyrish and Rose Hall Town.
The fixtures has been released for the first round of matches and will see the competition bouncing off on Sunday, December 2 with Jammers taking on Rose Hall Town at the Rose Hall Town hard court.
Two matches will be played on Sunday, December 9, which will see Smythfield and Central New Amsterdam tangling at the New Amsterdam basketball court and Fyrish matching skills with Rose Hall Jammers at the Fyrish Hard Court.
The competition will continue on Sunday 16th December with two more matches with Central New Amsterdam clashing with Fyrish at Fyrish and Smythfield taking on Jammers at New Amsterdam.
The top four teams will then advance to the semifinals which will see the team with the most points taking on the team third in the points standing and the second and fourth placed teams clashing for a spot in the final and the third place play off. All matches will bounce off at 16:00 hrs.
The dates for the semifinal and final will be announced shortly.
The top four teams will all be presented with cash and trophies; while there will also be prizes for outstanding individual participants. The coordinator is Vibert Garrett.
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