Top Form has proven that they are the team to beat, serving their way into the final of the Bartica Easter Regatta 2019 Volleyball tournament securing three wins in as many matches.
They have earned the right to face for a second time, Ruff Necks whose only loss was to Top Form in the preliminary rounds of the tournament. The final would be contested on Easter Sunday (April 21st) at Golden Beach during the much anticipated Power Boat Races.
Top Form was flawless in postings wins against Ruff Necks, Underdogs and Makoria Defenders. Ruff Necks lost to Top Form but secured wins over Underdogs and
Makroia Defenders. Underdogs’ only win came against Makoria Defenders which lost all their matches.
The players leading the victory charge for Top Form are Devon Elias, Marlon Cane, Joseph Wailoo, Shawn Garraway and Antonio Melville, while those charting the way for Ruff Necks which will hope to turn the tide against Top Form in the final are, Tevon Stoll, Oswald
Hudson, Breaon Burnett, Kelon Tracey and Lanzo Narine.
Following are the full results of the preliminary rounds, all matches were contested at the Bartica Community Centre, Volleyball Court on Sunday last: Top Form got past Underdogs in a three set thriller 25/10, 22/25, 16/14; Rough Necks thrashed Makoria Defenders 25/13, 25/8; Underdogs were too good for Makoria Defenders whom they eased past 25/11, 25/23; Top Form roughed up Rough Necks 25/19 25/16; Top Form thumped Makoria Defenders 25/14, 25/10; Rough Necks eased past Underdogs 25/16, 25/18.
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