Mark Wiltshire in collaboration with Whyte’s Bar 18-team dominoes competition is set for Sunday at Best Road, Vreed-en-Hoop, West Coast Demerara. The tournament will be played on a 20\20 2 in 1 out 4-game format.
With entrance fee set at $10,000, the first place team will pocket a trophy and
$100,000, the runner up $50,000 and third place $20,000. There will also be two feature matches with Providence, B 4 and Champ 6 doing battle in the first while the second will be contested between Pacesetters, West Side and Y K 6.
Entrance fee for the feature games is $12,000. For more information teams can contact Mark Wiltshire on 665 5855. The champion team trophy is sponsored by Whyte’s Bar. In an invited comment, Nikisha Sydney who presented the trophy yesterday to Secretary of the Georgetown Dominoes Association, Mark Wiltshire, said that the competition should be keenly contested since some of the top teams in Demerara are slated to take part. She added that they are pleased to be associated with the tournament.
Meanwhile TNT chalked up 77 games to win the latest round of matches in the Faye Joseph and Mark Wiltshire competition on Wednesday night last at Gaulding Place South Ruimveldt. Gangster was second with 70 and Pacesetters ended in the cellar position on 63. Shawn Morgan and Sonia Goodluck were TNT’s leading players with 17 and 16 games respectively while Shellon Collymore and Dereck Collymore marked 16 apiece for Gangster; Eon Osborne and Osmond Brathwaite made 15 each for Pacesetters.
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