Mix Up chalked up 54 games to win the final of the Georgetown Dominoes Association (GDA) four-game fund raising tournament which culminated recently at Turning Point.
Led by Rawl Peters and Mark Wiltshire with 11 and 10 games respectively, Mix Up won the final ahead of Players with 45 and Phantom 41. Earl Mars and Colin Stevens made 11 and nine games in that order for Players, while David Solomon and Rawl Cameron scored 11 and 10 games respectively for Phantom.
Mix Up marked 49 games to win the semi final encounter against second placed Phantom on 46 and Gold for Money 42. Rawl Peters scored 11 games for Mix Up, while Gilbert Mendonca contributed nine. Phantom’s leading players were Colin Cave with 12 and Rawl Cameron nine. Shawn Morgan scored 11 and Kanhai Samaroo made eight for Gold for Money. Proceeds from the tournament will go towards purchasing school supplies for students preparing for the new school year.
Meanwhile, Senior Organising Secretary of the GDA Mark Wiltshire will be hosting his mid-year tournament starting on Sunday at Turning Point at 14:30hrs. Entrance fee is $12,000 and the winning team will take home $175,000 and a trophy compliments of Edison Jefford, the runner up team will pocket $75,000 and a trophy courtesy of All Season’s Racing Service and third place $35,000 and a trophy sponsored by Trophy Stall. The tournament will conclude on Monday night at Dynasty Sports bar.
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