Gittens tournament set for November 22
Rage scored 48 games to win the final of the Mark Wiltshire and Colin Hicken four-game
dominoes competition on Sunday night last at Dynasty Sports bar. Turning Point grabbed the runner-up spot with 47 games while Sparton placed third on 40.
Yusif Edghill, Cargail De Freitas and Mark Welch chalked up 10 games each for the winners while Samantha Vickery marked 11 and Colin Mc Ewan 10 for the Turning Point. Leroy Edwards and Navin Singh were Sparton’s leading players with 11 and 10 games respectively. Rage received a trophy and $70,000, Turning Point a trophy and $30,000 and Sparton a trophy and $20,000.
Speaking at the presentation ceremony, President of the Georgetown Dominoes Association (GDA) Faye Joseph commended the winning side and thanked the other teams that participated. She congratulated the GDA Secretary Barbara Marshall who celebrated her 50th birth anniversary also on Sunday.
Meanwhile, the Lyall Gittens two-in, one-out tournament will commence on November 22 at August Sports Bar, Norton and Creen streets. Entrance fee is $10,000 and double six-time is 15:30hrs.
The winning team will take home a trophy and $150,000, the runner-up a trophy and $100,000 and third place a trophy and $50,000. Among the teams set to battle are Police, Mix Up, TNT, B 4, Rage and Assassins.
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