Home' Trinidad and Tobago Guardian : January 21st 2015 Contents ....Glamorgan men move three clear
In the Men s Premier Division, Glamorgan led by
national duo, Saleem Ali and Ryan Stewart, was made
to work hard for a 3-2 win over cellar-placed Zenith
in the second match of the night s programme.
The 25-17, 30-32, 17-25, 26-24, 15-12 victory
improved Glamorgan s record to 7-2 and 30 points,
three better than Technocrats which has a match in
hand with its 7-1 record, while Zenith is 1-8 with 11
On Saturday, Technocrats briefly went top of the
standings by virtue of matches won after both teams
triumphed in contrasting fashion at the same Mucu-
Technocrats downed Zenith 26-24, 25-23, 25-22
and Glamorgan outlasted Southern United Volleyball
Academy (SUVA) 25-14, 42-40, 23-25, 34-36, 15-7.
And in the other match, Toco Youths Volleyball
Academy stayed in the hunt for a top four finish and
semifinal appearance when it overcame SEPoS 25-
17, 25-18, 18-25, 25-16 for a 3-5 mark and 17 points,
three behind SEPoS (4-4) and SUVA (3-4).
Last night, Technocrats had a chance to reclaim
top spot when it faced SEPoS at Chaguanas ahead
of their round-robin decider on Saturday at the same
venue from 5.30pm.
At the end of the two rounds of round-robin
matches, the top four teams will meet in cross-over
best of three semifinal playoffs from which the winners
meet in a one-of championship match.
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Darlene Ramdin and her Glamorgan
team-mates made it nine straight wins
in the T&T Volleyball Federation
Women s Premier Division with another
comfortable straight sets victory over
Big South East Port-of-Spain at the Jean
Pierre Complex, Mucurapo on Monday
Glamorgan line-up which featured
Ramdin s national team-mates, Marisha
Herbert, Jalaicia Ross-Kydd, Makila York
and Sakile Grannum, prevailed 25-19, 25-
16, 25-22, to carry their points tally to 44
and a 9-0 record. Glamorgan has 13 points
more than the Kelly-Anne Billingy led
defending champions, Technocrats (6-2).
On Sunday, Glamorgan also won 25-15,
25-15, 25-22 over University of T&T in a
clash of former champions at the Central
Regional Indoor Sports Arena, Chagauans.
Also on Sunday, Technocrats brushed
aside Big South East Port-of-Spain (SEPoS)
25-13, 25-13, 25-17 at Chaguanas
Southern United which defeated West
Side Stars on Friday 25-11, 25-9, 25-12 at
the Eastern Regional Indoor Sports Arena,
Tacarigua is also 6-2, but with 27 points
And on Saturday at Mucurapo, UTT (2-
6) had picked up its second win of the
season, 25-15, 25-18, 16-25, 25-23 over
SEPoS to improve to nine points and the
fourth and final semifinal playoff spot.
West Side Stars (1-7) and SEPoS (1-8),
both have seven points, and are still in
the chase for fourth spot with two matches
left for each team.
Glamorgan women edge SEPoS
Hoping to extend 9-game unbeaten run
Former national Under-17 captains Bryan Boodram
and Varindra Jagrup led Vishnu Boys Hindu College
and Presentation College (Chaguanas) respectively
into the final of the Super Sixes Powergen Secondary
Schools Cricket tournament yesterday.
In the first semifinal at Gilbert Park, California,
Boodram scored an unbeaten 31 to guide Vishnu Boys
to 43/1 in three overs. Boodram captained the national
U-17 team last year. In reply, despite an unbeaten 30
from former national youth player Jeron Maniram,
Barrackpore West could only get to 37/1.
A stone s throw away at Caldrac Ground, Jagrup
grabbed two wickets for five runs to guide Presentation
into the final. Jagrup, who led the national U-17 squad
in 2013, helped limit Carapichaima East to 22/4. Suveer
Ramsook slammed 20 not out to take Presentation to
24/3. The final will be played on a date to be announced.
Earlier ten-over matches (five overs per team) were
contested in the group stage of the tournament. Princes
Town West, Vishnu, Presentation, Naparima and ASJA
Boys played at Gilbert Park, while Carapichaima East,
Hillview, St Mary s, Barrackpore West and Fatima
duked it out at Caldrac.
In the girls tournament at the Couva East Secondary
School ground, 10-over matches (five overs per side)
were also contested, but the girls played with 11 players
on each team. Reshmi Deojit led the way for Cedros
leading the team to the title over ASJA Girls and Cunupia
High in the round robin tournament. Deojit scored 18
against ASJA to guide Cedros to a massive 75/3. Cedros
then limited ASJA to a modest 22/3 to open with a
53-run win. Cunupia High also cruised past ASJA Girls
with a 10-wicket victory.
Cedros sealed the girls crown with a 15-run win
over Cunupia to finish the tournament unbeaten. After
posting 32/8, Cedros limited Cunupia to 17/9.
The boys 50-over league bowls off tomorrow.
Vishnu Boys 43/1 (Bryan Boodram 31 not out) vs B'Pore
West 37/1 (Jeron Maniran 30 not out) Vishnu won by six runs
Carapichaima East 22/4 (Varindra Jagrup 2/5) vs Pres.
Chaguanas 24/3 (Suveer Ramsook 20 not out) Pres won by
Girls - Round Robin
Cedros Secondary 75/3 (Reshmi Deojit 18) vs ASJA Girls
22/3 - Cedros won by 53 runs
ASJA Girls 19/7 vs Cunupia High 20/0 - Cunupia won by ten
Cedros Secondary 32/8 vs Cunupia High 17/9 - Cedros won
by 15 runs
Pres, Vishnu advance
to Super Sixes final
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