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St Augustine wins school title! - Jul 9, 2012


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In the feature game of the National Gas Company sponsored Trinidad and Tobago School Basketball League Champions of Champions finals, St Augustine Secondary registered an upset 100-94 win over the much fancied North Zone champs, New Butler Associate College (NBAC), in the Boys Under-20 final.

Led by the experienced Keyeon Bailey with an outstanding performance of 46 points & 8rebs, the East Zone champs St Augustine was able to control the tempo in the early periods17-13, 43-37 and 74-55.

But in the final session NBAC rallied back through Jamal Noray, with 43pts, outscoring their opponents 39-26. However in the end the lead was too huge as St Augustine held on to secure the Open Division title.

For St Augustine, Bailey was supported by the consistent Joel Theodore with 23pts. While for NBAC, Jamal Noray was the only player to reach double figures, 43pts & 15rebs.

However in the Boys U-17 final, St Augustine was not as fortunate as they went under to Scarborough Secondary, 72-69, in a hard fought contest.

In another exciting game, St Augustine led by shooting guard Ivan Williams with a game high 33pts trailed throughout the contest, 11-12, 21-23, 45-44.

But in the final quarter the Tobago champs, Scarborough, was inspired by Joel Ferguson with 23pts & 10rebs and outscored their Trinidad rivals 27-25 to snatch their third title of the championships. They also won both the girls U-17 and open divisions titles.

For the winners Theodore finished with 23pts, 10rebs & 3steals whilst Wayne Ferguson chipped in with a solid performance of 13pts, 9rebs, 5 assists & 3steals.

Ivan Williams led St Augustine with a hard fought performance of 33pts, 5rebs & 7steals while Antonio Roach scored 31pts & 6rebs in the losing effort.

In the U-15 final, East Zone Champs Trinity College East registered a comfortable 71 - 57 victory over the North Zone champions , East Mucurapo. For the winners, Myron Francis led with 24 pts, Gerson Ventour had 20 pts and Stephan Smith added 11 pts.

Meanwhile Isaiah Francis had a game high 37pts, 12 rebs and 7 steals for Mucurapo in a losing effort.
  



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