Twenty20 dominoes action set for tomorrow at Vreed-en-Hoop

Nikisha Sydney (right) of Whyte’s Bar presents the trophy to organizer Mark Wiltshire.

Mark Wiltshire, Organ-ising Secretary of the Georgetown Dominoes Association, will bring off an 18-team competition at Whyte Bar, Best Road, Vreed-en-Hoop, West Coast Demerara Sunday.

The winning team is set to receive $100,000 and a trophy with $50,000 going to the runners up and $20,000 to the team that places third.

The 20\20 tournament, also known as a Sprint, will be played to four and not the usual six games

Nikisha Sydney (right) of Whyte’s Bar presents the trophy to organizer Mark Wiltshire.
Nikisha Sydney (right) of Whyte’s Bar presents the trophy to organizer Mark Wiltshire.

with the team that places third being eliminated at every round.

Two feature contests among Providence, B4 and Champ 6 and Pacesetters, West Side and Y K 6 are also on the cards.

Entrance fee for the feature matches is $12,000 and interested persons can contact Wiltshire on cell phone number 665-5855 or call 672-9468.

In related dominoes news TNT, with 77 games defeated Gangster, 70 and Pacesetters, 63 in a match of the Faye Joseph and Mark Wiltshire competition Wednesday night at Gaulding Place, South Ruimveldt.

Shawn Morgan and Sonia Goodluck topscored for the winners with 17 and 16 games respectively while Shellon Collymore and Dereck Collymore each scored 16 games for Gangster and Eon Osborne and Osmond Brathwaite 15 each for Pacesetters.

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