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Dover and Dover again

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DOVER?JUNIORS?can now boast of being the undisputed champions of the Inspire Sports/National Sports Council Under-13 Cricket Competition.
The MIX 96.9 FM-sponsored team retained their title on Easter Monday with an easy six-wicket triumph over Fusionz Boutique Passage United, who were the champions for the first three years of the competition, and losing finalists last year.
The Christ Church side also made a sweep of the major individual awards. Jadan Jones scored the most runs (412) and was named the Most Valuable Player (MVP). His teammate Camarie Boyce and Passage’s captain Micah Thornhill were the leading bowlers with 19 wickets each.
Dover also had the batsman with the highest score (113) in Kadeem Alleyne, while all-rounder Nyeem Young was adjudged Man-Of-The-Match in the final.
Here, the Dover players and supporters, including parents of the cricketers, celebrating their second straight title. (Picture by Kenmore Bynoe.)

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