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Thursday, January 25, 2018
starts perfect in
East Club Tennis
Out of a desire to have more action in
tennis, some of the top local players have
found themselves with an opportunity to
achieve bragging rights, trophies and or
hampers at the inaugural East Club Clas-
sified Tennis Tournament at the National
Racquet Centre (NCC) in Tacarigua.
And among them Nabeel Mohammed,
who is one of 51 players from five clubs in-
cluding Arima Tennis Masters, St Augustine
Club, National Tennis Centre Club, Chet-
wynd and the University of the West Indies
(UWI) in the tournament. The tournament
began on Monday and will be completed
On the second day on Tuesday, Moham-
med, a finalist at the National Champi-
onship back in 2016, disposed of Jameel
Denoon in straight sets 6-1, 6-0 in the Men’s
A division on court three and then looked
on as Keshan Moonasar defeated Jermille
Danclar, the TennisTT secretary 6-4, 6-2.
The day also saw victories for Anya King,
who prevailed over Osenyonye N’Wokolo
dismissing Rhonda Mohammed 7-6(4), 6-3:
Maria Honore defeating Rachael Nwokolo
6-1, 6-0 and Anya Kings beating Sinead
Dookiesingh 6-1, 6-1 among other winners
on the day.
Action continued yesterday.
Carter, Skeene for top tennis awards
Junior tennis aces Aiden Carter
and Solange Skeene are likely to
walk away with the top junior
awards when TennisTT holds
its 2017 Prize giving Ceremony
and Awards at a date to be deter-
mined after the Carnival season.
Breanna Stampfli and Joseph
Cadogan are also set to be run-
away winners of the award
among the senior players.
Carter and Skeene have al-
ready been named TennisTT’s
top juniors after a series of per-
formances that earned them the
national titles in both the under-
16 and 18, and under-14 and
u-16 categories respectively last
year. They were only players to
achieve such a feat.
By virtue being named Ten-
nisTT’s top juniors last month,
they became the sport’s nomi-
nees for the First Citizens Sports
Foundation Awards function to
be held later this year. The duo
is also likely to walk away with
the top awards for TennisTT,
but one official said he could not
say if they would be so named,
although they seem to be the ob-
Only Cameron Wong, the
under-10 stand out who con-
tested both the U-12 and U-14
categories, could upset the ap-
plecart, having won in her cate-
gory at the Catch Junior Tennis
Apart from their achievements
in the national tournaments,
Skeene and Carter were also
among the top performers in
the other tournaments they con-
Meanwhile Stampfli and Ca-
dogan, both based in the United
States, appear to be unchal-
lenged for the senior awards,
after they were crowned champi-
ons at the Bmobile National Open
major senior tournament.
Stampfli crushed three-time
defending champion Carlista
Mohammed in straight sets for
the Women’s title, while Cado-
gan took care of Richard Chung
6-0, 6-2 before returning to his
base in the US with Stampfli.
Shenelle Mohammed, who de-
feated Skeene for the Tranquil-
lity Open title could also pose an
upset when the award ceremony
The prize giving ceremony is
set tentatively for the National
Racquet Centre in Tacarigua.
Solange Skeene......in line for top TennisTT award.
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