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Digicel struggle in Wray & Nephew domino league

Friday, May 19, 2017

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Promoted Digicel continued to find life difficult in the top division as they were defeated 106-118 by former champions Seprod in the fourth round of the 2017 National Association of Domino Bodies (NADB) Kingston & St Andrew Region/Wray & Nephew White Overproof Rum Business House League last Friday.Digicel, who are the Division Two runners-up, showed little improvement from their last game, but their signal wasn't strong enough to stop Seprod from making it four wins from as many games at 228 Spanish Town Road.

Gleaner got their first win for the season when they blanked host Urban Development Corporation (UDC) 140-115; Wray & Nephew Limited defeated Jamaica Urban Transit Company (JUTC) 127-106 for their second consecutive victory, while National Commercial Bank (NCB) and Carib Cement drew 122 each in Division One contest.

In the lower division, Registrar General's Department (RGD) edged Port Authority of Jamaica (PAJ) 143-142 in a high-scoring game at 40 Duke Street in Kingston.

In a match, where questions were asked of the NABD judges, saw Ministry of Finance (MOF) gaining a controversial 116-112 victory over Jamaica Observer at 30 National Heroes' Circle.

In other results, Sagicor Jamaica edged Cari-Med 126-125 for their first win and National Housing Trust (NHT) remained unbeaten after defeating Stewart's Auto Sales 125-110.

The knockout championship begins today at the NHT official car park starting at 6:30 pm.

MOF will go up against NHT, JUTC tackle Gleaner, Carib Cement face Seprod, Campari square off with PAJ, Cari-Med take on RGD, defending champions Kingston Wharves are up against Sagicor Jamaica, Stewart's Auto Sales face UDC, NCB tackle Jamaica Observer, Wray & Nephew Limited face Digicel, while Nutrition Products received a bye.

— Ruddy Allen

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