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Soul City whips CS Jets

Thursday, April 19, 2018
Ronson Hackshaw of the Ministry of Sport, fourth from left, celebrates with members of the boat Magic Lady. From left are Francois Mouttet, Roger Aleong, Glen Charlett, Michael De Freitas, Sean Mendonca and Barry Williams, who were adjudged best boat at the 38th annual Marlin Madness game fishing tournament in Pigeon Point, Tobago, from April 10-14.

Led by the shooting of Makaliah Daniel and Shaniqua Griffith, Soul City opened with a 19-10 win over CS Jets in the third Division of the 79th Lystra Lewis Port-of-Spain Netball League (LLPOSNL) at the Jean Pierre Complex in Mucurapo on Monday evening.

Still smarting from its loss in the knockout final last week to Marvellites (13-9), Soul City bounced back thanks to goal-attack Daniel, who topped the scoring with 12 goals from 16 tries. Griffith, the goal-shooter added seven from 13.

Soul City controlled each quarter, leading 6-3 at the end of the first, 10-5 at halftime and 16-6 in the third.

Goal-shooter Sheniqua Rogers was the best shooter for Jets with nine in 15.

It was much of the same in the other match in the division with Maria Harradan scoring a match-high 14 off 25 attempts to see Horizon past Arima United, 18-13. The quarter scores read 4-2, 10-7 and 14-11, all in favour of Horizon.

Arielle Seifelt netted the bulk of the Arima united’s goals with 12 in 23.

Last week, there were also knockout competitions in the First (A) Division, Second (Inters) and Kiwis (beginners) Divisions.

Donna Charles made her return to the LLPOSNL, helping Police pick up its first title after winning the First Division knockout competition.

The former national shooter picked up where she left off in the Courts All Sectors Netball League, where she guided Police to two crowns in the Retro Division.

Charles led her team into the final against Soul City and Police prevailed with a 13-10 victory in the 10 minute-a-half match. She scored seven goals from 12 attempts and her goal-attack Jeselle Navarro added six of seven.

Malvern was the winner in the Inters Division, beating Defence Force in the finale, 14-2. Shooting for the champion were goal-shooter Patrina Ashby (2/5) and Aelyian Mulrain (12/14).


Third Div
CS Jets 10 (Sheniqua Rogers 9/15, Annalicia Williams 1/3) vs Soul City 19 (Shaniqua Griffith 7/13, Makaliah Daniel 12/16). Quarter scores: 1st. 6-3, 2nd. 10-5, 3rd. 16-6 (All in favour of Soul City).
Horizon 18 (Shenise St Bernard 4/17, Maria Harradan 14/25) vs Arima United 13 (Arielle Seifelt 12/23, Arianne Huggins 0/0, Mikayla Charles 1/9). Quarter scores: 1st. 4-2, 2nd. 10-7, 3rd. 14-11 (All in favour of Horizon).
Kiwis Div
Malvern 12 (Liyah St Louis 6/9, Chelsea Barbour 6/10, Morrisa Michael 0/2) vs Transcend 4 (Ava Rawlins 1/5, Crystal Self 3/8). Quarter scores: 1st. 3-1, 2nd. 4-2, 3rd. 8-2 (All in favour of Malvern).
Ebony 2 (Celeste Richards 0/2, Shiquana Dangleben 2/6, De Jonique Leonard 0/0) vs Cardinals 12 (Aimee Prieto 3/7, Dacia Benjamin 9/13). Quarter scores: 1st. 4-2, 2nd. 8-2, 3rd. 12-2 (All in favour of Cardinals).


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