Cum­ber­land lead MP Colin Fa­gan Domino League

Jamaica Gleaner - - SPORT -

Water­house United, the mid­sea­son cham­pi­ons, con­tin­ued their rich vein of form as they chalked up yet an­other vic­tory, this time a 30-point win (300270) over Bull Bay United in the Ja­maica Domino Coun­cil As­so­ci­a­tion Premier League last Sun­day.

Veteran club Caribbean Clas­sic were also in good form, as they eas­ily de­feated Me­chan­i­cal Strik­ers 300-251

In other games, Spit Fyah tram­pled Gi­ants 300-281, Jade Strik­ers up­set Brae­ton All Stars 300-282, Sour­sop Tree hum­bled High­light Strik­ers 300-290, Right Stuff turned back Ex­cep­tional 300-270, Naggo Head beat Vin­tage Pub 300-282 and In­ter­na­tional stopped Small Axe 300-279. Portsmouth Pri­mary School’s Shanequa Bolt at­tempts to pass, as Gre­gory Park Pri­mary’s goal­keeper Fan­ta­sia Wat­son de­fends dur­ing the INSPORTS Port­more Pri­mary Schools’ Netball League match on Wed­nes­day at Water­ford Pri­mary School. Portsmouth won 9-7. Cum­ber­land have amassed 21 points to lead the South East St

Cather­ine In­ter-Con­stituency Domino Tour­na­ment that is spon­sored by Mem­ber of Par­lia­ment Colin Fa­gan.

Un­for­tu­nately, Cum­ber­land weren’t able to add to their tally last week­end as their hot bat­tle

with Pas­sage­fort United ended abruptly with the scores locked at 248-all, due to a dis­pute.

The dis­ci­plinary com­mit­tee will rule on this game.

In other games, Gar­veymeade beat West­meade Ris­ing Stars 250-238 and Ken’s Wild­flower whipped Ris­ing Sun 250-208. The league con­tin­ues to­mor­row. Matches are (home teams named first): Pas­sage­fort United vs Ken’s Wild­flower, Cum­ber­land vs Water­ford and Ris­ing Sun vs West­meade Ris­ing Stars.


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