Rage marked 82 games to win the final of the Faye Joseph\Mark Wiltshire Dominoes competition which was recently contested at Gaulding Place, South Ruimveldt. Mark Welsh chalked 17 games and Ronald Beharry made 15 to give their team a hard fought victory. West Side took the runner up spot with 74 games while C 7 placed third with 62. Andre Foo 17 and Prem Persaud 16 were West Side leading players while Reuben Kato scored 17 and Clarence
Whitehead 16 for the third place C 7.
Rage received a trophy and $200,000 while West Side collected a trophy and $100,000; C 7 was given $50,000. Winston Steven of Rage copped the most valuable player award of $5,000.
Meanwhile, the champion of Champions tournament will commence on Saturday at R and R, Meadow Brook Drive where the twelve successful teams so far in Georgetown Dominoes Association (GDA) organized competitions in 2013 along with five guest teams will battle for supremacy. Entrance fee is $12,000; the winner will take home $120,000 and a trophy, the runner up $50,000 and a trophy. The third place team will receive $35,000 and the most valuable player in the final in the final $5,000.
Yesterday Two Brothers Service Station of Eccles, East Bank Demerara handed over a cheque of an undisclosed amount to one of the organisers Deon Carter. Carter thanked the Service Station for their input and said the tournament is expected to be keenly contested. The teams slated to take part are Assassin, Providence, C 7, Specialist, Mix Up, Thunder, Wild Bunch, TNT, Rage, Transport Sports Club, Raiders, Cody Girls, Delta Force; the guest teams are Gangster, R and R, B 4, Upset and Scramblers. Among the other sponsors are George Griffith Mining Company, People’s Pawn Shop, White Castle Fish Shop, Swansea Communications and Mark Interior Communications.
The final will be played on Sunday the said venue. Action will get under way at 15:30 hrs on Saturday and 15:00hrs on Sunday.
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