MOF maintain good form in Business House Domino League

Friday, May 24, 2019

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MINISTRY of Finance (MOF) continued their good run so far after defeating former champions Seprod 109-94 in round four for their third consecutive victory in Division One of 2019 National Association of Domino Bodies (NADB) Kingston & St Andrew Region Business House Domino League last Friday.

It was a close battle from the start in the two-hour contest, but as soon as both teams settled, MOF took control and romped home to a famous victory at 228 Spanish Town Road.

Also on a winning streak are Kingston Wharves as they remained unbeaten after four games after whipping RJRGleaner 131-111 at King Port Building.

Suffering their fourth-consecutive defeat were Digicel Jamaica, who seemed to have lost their signal, going down 106-113 to Wray & Nephew Limited at 473 Spanish Town Road.

In other Division One results, Jamaica Observer rallied to beat Urban Development Corporation (UDC) 110-108 at 12 Ocean Boulevard and defending champions Campari defeated National Banking Company 131-96.

In the lower division, Bank of Jamaica (BOJ) remained unbeaten after edging Sagicor Jamaica Limited 103-101 at Nethersole Place; National Commercial Bank (NCB) destroyed Stewart's Automotive Group 120-100 at the Wellness and Re-Creation Centre at 9-15 Phoenix Avenue and Port Authority of Jamaica (PAJ) went down 128-135 to Kris An Charles at 2 Eureka Cresent.

The Knockout competition gets underway today with a full slate of matches at the National Housing Trust (NHT) car park, starting at 6:30 pm.

Defending champions Wray & Nephew Limited take on Kingston Whraves; Campari face Seprod; UDC play Digicel Jamaica; RJRGleaner square off with National Baking Company; MOF play Stewart's Automotive Group; Jamaica Observer face NHT; PAJ face NCB and BOF are up against Sagicor Jamaica Limited.

Kris An Charles got a bye.

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