Charg­ers beat UWI

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26-28, 25-8, 25-17 to score their sec­ond vic­tory of the new sea­son with Bovell and her daugh­ter, youth na­tional cap­tain Dashonta Ad­di­son car­ry­ing the fight. The con­tri­bu­tions from An­gle­sha Hinds, Devon Lea­cock and Ken­isha Mar­shall also proved too po­tent for the Black­birds.


Omega XL Dea­cons also notched up their sec­ond win, beat­ing Club United 25-5, 2512, 23-25, 25-13. Club fell to their sec­ond loss but they sur­vived an em­bar­rass­ing thrash­ing in the first set to sur­pris­ingly take the third set from a re­laxed Dea­cons.

Af­ter de­fault­ing their match against Cawmere on Sun­day, Pro­gres­sive turned up on Mon­day night to hand Foun­da­tion United their sec­ond suc­ces­sive loss 25-16, 2523, 25-21 in the men’s ac­tion.

League kings Cawmere were made to fight a bit harder to ex­tin­guish All Stars 25-20, 25-22, 15-25, 25-20. That was All Stars’ sec­ond loss in two games. Jonathan Al­leyne was on fire for the Stars but he was eclipsed by the nova blaze from na­tional cap­tain Shawn Simp­son and Ja­maican duo Mark Lewis and Robert Sa­muels.

Both Charg­ers and Dea­cons women should score their third win when the com­pe­ti­tion con­tin­ues to­day at the Gym. Dea­cons will face Carl­ton at 6:30 p.m. while Charg­ers meet Club United at 8 p.m. The men’s games pit Foun­da­tion against Dea­cons with Charg­ers and Cawmere bat­tling in what should be a slugfest.

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