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Shak Attack halt Police - Mar 2, 2016


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ALBERT-LEE YOUNG
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Detour Shak Attack won the opening game, 76-64, against Police in the NBFTT Club Championships final on Sunday night at the Maloney Indoor Sports Arena. With the victory, Shak Attack are one win away for snatching title in game 2 on Thursday at the Jean Pierre Complex, Port of Spain.

Led by power-forward Andrew Ifill with 31pts, Shak Attack controlled the first session 21-11. However, Police led by Dextroy Manswell with 18pts fought back to seize the advantage 36-33 and 53-51 by the end of the third quarter.

In the final period, Shak Attack through an all-round team effort outscored Police 25-11 to clinch the initiative 76-64. For the winners, Ifill was assisted by Kurt Christian with 10pts, Kenyatta Alfred & Kern George with 9pts apiece while Andy Best added 8.

For Police, Adrian Joseph had 11pts including three from beyond the arc. Wesley Vincent also added 11, Patrick Alexander 9 and Don Wilkson scored 7 in a losing effort. The upset left the pre-season favorites, Police, in a must win situation in the second game on Thursday night at 7:00pm.

Meanwhile, in the playoff for third position Valencia Heat defeated Petro Jazz 86-75. Randy Greenidge led Heat with 24pts, Kyeon Joseph had 15, Wayne Richards 10 and Kevon Noreiga 9. For Jazz, Ako Pascall top-scored with 24pts, Kirk Baptiste 14, Asfa Grant 14 while Damien Caton & Louie Davis contributed 9 apiece.
  




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