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Top four clash in SVGCC netball Competition tomorrow

by Robertson Henry
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Sports Columnist, Robertson Henry

On Wednesday December 01, 2021 the top four teams will clash in two semifinal matches, in the 2021 St. Vincent and the Grenadines Community College Invitational Netball Competition.

Already Troumaca Mustangs and BSS Warriors have booked their places in tomorrow’s semifinals, and had contrasting victories on Friday November 26th at the Villa Campus court.

Untroubled by any opponents so far, Troumaca Mustangs put on another sterling show against the SVGCC Freshers, recording a 50-12 victory. Goal Attack Denel Creese bucketed 24 of the Mustangs’ goals, while Kristianna Christopher added 19 as the Mustangs secured another commanding win.

Dubbed the most exciting match of the competition so far, BSS Warriors turned around a six-goal first quarter deficit, to sting the previously unbeaten Bethel Young Lasses 21-16. Bethel Young lasses sped out to a 7-1 lead at the end of the first quarter, and were still ahead 11-7 at the half way point.

The game however had a very different look from the third quarter, as BSS Warriors spurred on by the determination of Jomelia Alexander, turned the game on its head and took a 15-12 lead with one period remaining. The BSS Warriors then powered home to win 21-16.

BSS Warriors were also in winner’s row when they had an easier win over the DTVE Final Year, 25-6.

Defending champions Teachers Combined regained ground with relative ease as they took a valuable three points by way of a win by default over the DASGS Final Year.

Robertson Henry

Robertson Henry

Robertson S. Henry is a multi-time award winning sports journalist from Saint Lucia, currently residing in St. Vincent and the Grenadines. His coverage of sporting events both locally and regionally, not just landed him the Sports Journalist of the Year Award on numerous occasions, but recognition from the International Olympic Committee in 2005.

Henry began his fulltime career in journalism with the now defunct Crusader Newspaper in 1994, and worked with the Voice Newspaper until 2007. He established the sports website sportcaraibe, and believes “sports is the fourth pillar in the socio-economic development of the Caribbean.”

Henry has also produced work for a number of regional newspapers including the Trinidad Guardian, Stabroek Newspaper of Guyana, and in 2010 did a photo-shoot of Australian cricket captain Michael Clarke for the Australian Herald.

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