Mix Up wins Wiltshire birth anniversary dominoes competition

Travis Cameron, left of Mix Up dominoes team receives the trophy from a representative of the sponsor while Linden Boston of Boss Construction is third from right.

Mix Up returned to its winning ways when it won the just concluded Mark `Jumbie” Wiltshire birth anniversary dominoes competition in the finals contested at the Transport Sports Club Building. Coming up against b6 and Lions, Mix Up ran out winners with 73 games  with B 6 second on 70 games and Lions in the cellar on 64 games.

Travis Cameron, left of Mix Up dominoes team receives the trophy from a representative of the sponsor while Linden Boston of Boss Construction is third from right.
Travis Cameron, left of Mix Up dominoes team receives the trophy from a representative of the sponsor while Linden Boston of Boss Construction is third from right.

Wiltshire with 16 games was the top player for the winning team while Faye Joseph scored 14 points for B6.

The tournament was sponsored by Linden `Poison’ Bostwick of Boss Construction.

 

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