Cumberland lead MP Colin Fagan Domino League
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.