Mix Up edged TNT on sixes to capture the Robert Williams Memorial Dominoes title when the final was contested on Monday night last at Faye Joseph residence, Gaulding Place, South Ruimveldt.
Mix Up and TNT ended 69 games each while Frankies placed third with 67. Colin Thomas made the maximum 18 games for the winners while Martin Permaul marked 15. Dane Bynoe scored 16 and Trevor Smith 15 for TNT; Godfrey Samuels and Terry Norville made 17 and 16 games respectively for Frankies who drew the bye to the final.
TNT won the semi final with 70 games ahead of Mix Up 68 and Phantom 53. Ryan Boodhoo registered 17 and Trevor Smith 16 for TNT. Godfrey Mendonca scored 17 and Mark Wiltshire 16 for Mix Up, Rawl Cameron and Keith Barker were Phantom leading players with 17 and 15 games in that order.
Mix Up pocketed a trophy and $200,000, TNT a trophy and $100,000, Frankies a trophy and $50,000 and Phantom $10,000. Colin Thomas was the Most Valuable Player. The tournament was organized and sponsored by President of the Georgetown Dominoes Association (GDA) Faye Joseph and played in memory of the late Robert Williams a former Deputy Mayor of Georgetown.
Joseph congratulated the winners and thanked the other participating teams for making the tournament possible. She also lauded fellow executives of the GDA for their input towards the success of the tournament. (Zaheer Mohamed)
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