POWERFUL slamming, excitement and friendly rivalry amongst the various commercial houses in the Inter-Commercial House Domino Competition continued on Tuesday evening with wins for Beachcomber Limited and Peter and Company Distribution/Dewars in two exciting matches played at the CT Club House in Castries.
In Group A, Beachcomber with 83 points defeated Caribbean Metals (63 points) and LUCELEC (57 points). Top scorers were Beachcomber Limited’s Tyron Joseph (18 points), Caribbean Metals’ Wilfred Fontenelle (16 points) and LUCELEC’s Chad St. Clair (14 points).
In Group B, Peter and Company/Dewars made light work of their opponents to win with massive 94 points. Second place finisher M&C Drug Store were on 58 points and Peter and Company/ Smirnoff on 50 points. Top scorers were PCD/Dewars’ Ed Mathurin (18 points), M&C Drug Store’s Timothy Felicien (13 points) and PCD/Smirnoff’s Cuthbert Timaitre (13 points).
Matches continued last evening in Group A with Scotia Bank playing Saint Lucia Fire Service and Saint Lucia Distillers, while in Group B Sagicor Life took on M&C Home Depot and Windjammer respectively.
Meanwhile on Monday in Group A, Sandals Halcyon on 79 points defeated Scotia Bank (67 points) and Sagicor General (62 points). Top scorers were Sandals Halcyon’s Marlin Demille (14 points), Scotia Bank’s Jeff Jeffrey (15 points) and Sagicor General’s Aswad Alexander (14 points).
In Group B, M&C Drug Store amassed 80 points to defeat WASCO (68 points) and Sagicor Life (64 points). Top scorers were M&C Drug Store’s Miguel Biscette (18 points), WASCO’s Terrance Cadette (18 points) and Sagicor Life’s Lawrence Octave (15 points).