Portmore New Testament emerge Eastern Region domino champions

Friday, December 14, 2018

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After three rounds of intense action among six teams, Portmore New Testament Church Team B emerged winners for the Eastern Region in the Inaugural staging of the National Association of Domino Bodies (NADB)/New Testament Super Dozen competition last weekend.

The Christian men from Portmore defeated Temple Hall Testament Church 24-12 in the final held at the Red Hills Road New Testament Church.

Portmore New Testament Church Team B received their championship trophy for winning the Region and will move on to the next round of the competition. The other churches that took part in the competition were Portmore New Testament Church Team A, Ewarton New Testament Church and Clifton New Testament Church.

Humbert Davis, first vice-president of NADB, said that the people came out in their numbers to give support to the competition.

“We had a great turnout in terms of supporters and also teams as well. It was our first Region of games and I believe it went well as all teams showed their domino skills, and we had some exciting moments as well.

“With this out of the way and we saw how things went and what we need to do improve, I think that the next Region Championship will be, if not, as excited as this one, but will be better. There is always room for improvement, and I think we are heading in the right direction as our aim is to bring everyone together as one.

“Congratulations to Portmore B for winning the first Region title and also congrats to the other teams for participation. Also, I want to thank all organisers for putting on a wonderful domino competition,” Davis told the Jamaica Observer.

The competition takes a break for the Christmas holidays and will resume next month for the Central Region Championship.

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