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T&TU-19 basketballers win Jamaica club title - Oct 6, 2016


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Under-19 basketballers Ezeoha Santiago, Mohammed Elias and Jabari Narcis represented T&T well so much so that they picked up the top awards in helping the national youth team cop the title at the Jamaica Hoopfest Club Tournament which took place in Montego Bay, Jamaica, a week ago. Santiago emerged the 'Most Valuable Player', Elias was named the 'Most Defensive Player' and Narcis won the prize for most points in a competition designed for youth club teams from Jamaica and the United States. Santiago was also named on the All Tournament Selection team along with teammates Tyrik Singh and Kushaiah King. T&T, coached by Mario Davis, met Team NYC (New York City) of USA in the final and claimed a 92-87 victory in double overtime thanks to topscorer Santiago, who netted 27 points, pulled down six rebounds, shared the ball four times and had three steals. Brandon Jacobs led Team NYC with a match-high 37 points, grabbing seven rebounds, with 10 assists and stole the ball five times. The T&T unit played unbeaten throughout the youth tournament, beating Old Harbour of Jamaica 81-45, Montego Bay Green also of Jamaica (77-59) and Team NYC (85-69) in the early rounds before defeating the New York team by five points in the title-match. Davis was assisted by Johnathan Weekes and Stefan Dillon along with Edmond Springer serving as manager and Lincoln Charles was the physio/trainer.
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