Sports For March 9, 2016

SVG COMMUNITY COLLEGE VOLLEYBALL RESULTS

Year One Arts, Sciences and General Studies Blockers, Year Two Arts, Sciences and General Studies Flames and Year Two Technical Impact won matches yesterday afternoon as the QuickCash St. Vincent and the Grenadines Community College Inter Divisional Volleyball Championship opened at the College’s Campus Hard Court at Villa.

Year One Arts, Sciences and General Studies Blockers defeated Teachers Division Bustas 21-6, 21-12.

Year Two Arts, Sciences and General Studies Flames beat Year One Technical Charges 21-9, 21-18.

And, Year Two Technical Impact won from the Nursing Division Fusion 21-13, 15-21, 15-13.

The Championship will continue on Thursday at the same venue.






TEAM ATHLETICS SVG NAMED CARIFTA GAMES SQUAD

Team Athletics St. Vincent and the Grenadines (TASVG) has named a 16-member Squad for this year’s 45th CARIFTA Games in Grenada from the 26th to the 28th of March.

The Squad comprises 10 female Athletes and six Male Athletes including: female Athletes; Zita Vincent, Darria Matthias, Zameisha Myle, Shaffiqua Maloney, Lafeisha France, Shantel Williams, Krystal Foster, Alliyah Welcome, Tamara Woodley and Borbriel Ballantyne.

The male Athletes are drawn from Javon Rawlins, Cody Compton, Newman Peter, Brad Slater, Mc Kish Compton and Ryan.

Godfrey “FUZZY” Harry is the Team Manager/Coach, while Chester Morgan Coach and Chantel LE-GAIR Chaperone/ Coach.

The Athletes and Officials are scheduled to travel to Grenada on 18th March to fine tune preparations for the Games.




NLA PRIMARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOL ATHLETICS

This year’s National Lotteries Authority Inter-Primary and Secondary Schools’ ‘Adrenalin Pumpin’, ‘We Boltin’ ‘Team Up’ Athletics Championships will be held on 6th and 7th April at the Arnos Vale Sports Complex.

Speaking at a Press Conference on Monday afternoon at the Curriculum Development Unit Conference Room here in Kingstown, Keith Joseph, Deputy Chairperson of the National School Games Committee and Chairperson of the Athletics Sub-Committee said there would be a vast improvement in the Championships this year…

Meanwhile, Promotions Coordinator of the Games, Marla Nanton said the Games is being used through teamwork…




FRIENDLY DOMINO MATCH RESULTS

Stubbs Domino Team defeated Elvis Browne Domino Team of Belair 25-20 at the weekend in the first leg of a Friendly Domino match in Stubbs.

The second leg is scheduled for Saturday at the M&N Bar in Belair at 8 pm.






NATIONAL FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIPS FIXTURES

Guardian General Hope International will meet Campdonia Chelsea in a Round Eight match of the National Football Club Championships at 5 O’clock this afternoon at Victoria.

In another match at 7 O’clock this evening, Avenues United will oppose the Bequia Football League.

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BIABOU FOOTBALL LEAGUE RESULTS
Two goals each by A-VE-DONN Mitchell, VE-LISH Roban and one by Ainsley Lockhart steered Linkers FC of Byrea to a 5-3 victory over Richland Park Pride and Joy Sr. yesterday in the Hairoun Beer Biabou Football League at the Biabou Playing Field.

Alistair Williams, Otis Hector and Marlon Scrubb scored the goals for Richland Park Pride and Joy Sr.

Biabou United and Richland Park Pride and Joy Jr. will meet in this afternoon match at half past four also at the Biabou Playing Field.

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