Saturday, April 13, 2024

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After four years at the helm, Urban Vybz St John’s Sonics head coach Terry Inniss seems set on leaving the Premier League club to take up a role in coaching juniors despite leading the side to their first ever top flight basketball cup.
Inniss said he was seriously contemplating stepping away just moments after Sonics’ historic knockout championship win over Station Hill on Saturday night.
“Right now, I think it is time to reassess my position as head coach of the St John’s Sonics because I think I have four more years of coaching left before I go into retirement and I think I am needed more at the junior level,” said the one-time junior national player.
“I’m not definitively saying [that I am done] because something can still happen. If they don’t have a replacement then I will be back but I really want to reassess my whole outlookon basketball.

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