Sunday, April 21, 2024

Schools vball finals today

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The Barbados Community College (BCC) with their boys and girls teams, Coleridge and Parry (CP) boys and Queen’s College (QC) girls will battle today for the Super Centre Inter-Schools Volleyball League crowns.
The clashes, which will take place at the Garfield Sobers Gymnasium from 3.30 p.m., will also be a preview of next week’s knockout finals involving the four teams. QC are the only team not to have captured a title since the 1990s.
On Wednesday at ‘The Gym’, CP and the BCC boys qualified for the knockout final with relative ease. National senior player Leshon Alexander and BCC halted some inconsistent aggression from Christ Church Foundation, winning 25-23, 25-20. Foundation chose to fight only after BCC rushed to winning advantages in both sets.
CP, with a clutch of talented players, dismissed QC 25-14, 25-21, with the Husbands, St James team failing to make good use of their junior nationals like Nathaniel McClean and Adams Niles.
This evening, it will be interesting to see how BCC match up against the very strong CP side.
In an earlier league preliminary match, BCC upset the form book by thrashing CP in straight sets. QC will be looking to do just that when they take on a BCC girls side, consisting of many top players from other secondary schools. (KB)

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