Nov 01, 2013 Sports
Transport Sports Club (TSC) marked 88 games to win Zone 5 of the Georgetown leg of F and H Printing Million Dollar Plus nationwide dominoes tournament which was contested on Wednesday evening last at Transport Club.
Specialist who drew the bye to the final took the runner-up spot with 68 games while Raiders placed third with 67 games. George Benjamin marked 17, Herman Nichols 16, Colin Ross 15 and Brentnol Richardson 14 for the winners.
Shawn Mc Kenzie chalked up 14 and Andre Hope 12 for Specialist while the leading players for Raiders were Sharon Allen and Dereck Johnson with 14 each.
TSC with 72 games won the semi final which was contested earlier. Raiders placed second with 70 ahead of Unruly Bunch with 65. Benjamin marked 15 and Trevor Mc Nichol 14 for TSC; Rudy Collins marked the maximum 18 and Clyde Davis 16 for Raiders and Godfrey Clavis 15 for Unruly Bunch.
Meanwhile, the Georgetown Dominoes Association (GDA) will be hosting an 18-team competition at Haruni Creek, Linden Soesdyke Highway this Sunday starting at 13:00hrs with an entrance fee is $10,000 being charged.
According to GDA Organising Secretary, Mark Wiltshire the winning team will receive $100,000, the runner up $50,000 and $30,000, but prizes are subject to change.
Wiltshire also informed that the GDA will host another tournament on Monday at Dynasty Sports Bar starting from 13:00hrs, entrance fee will be $6,000.
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