Turning Point prevailed in a closely contested affair to win the final of the Colin Boyce four-game dominoes competition which was contested on
Saturday night at Dynasty Sports bar.
Turning Point who drew the bye to the final, chalked up 55 games to beat Spartons on 50 and Phantom with 48. June Watts led the scoring for the winners with 11 games, while Sandra Welch made eight. Tyrone Ambrose who was named man-of-the-match in the final, and Martin Permaul made 12 and eight respectively for Spartons, while Rawle Cameron and Rawl Peters scored nine and eight in that order for Phantom.
Spartans won the semi final encounter with 50 games ahead of Phantom who marked 44 and Gold is Money with 40. Ambrose made eight for the winners, while Llyall Gittens and Rawle Cameron got nine and eight in that order for Phantom; Clarence Whitehead made 10 for Gold is Money.
Boyce who is the Vice President of the Georgetown Dominoes Association expressed gratitude to the teams and thanked the sponsors; Ansa McAl, K and B Mining, BL Abrigo Shipping, Jacobs Jewellery and Pawn Shop, Star Party Rentals, Reginald Roach, Builders Lumber Yard and Millennium Manor International Hotel.
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