St. Lucia’s Elite dominates
June 4, 2004
St. Lucia’s Elite dominates

Elite Strikers of St. Lucia dominated the team and individual awards of the 2004 ECGC OECS Champion of Champions Club Netball Tournament.
The four-day tournament ended last Monday night at the Arnos Vale Sports Complex and saw the 2003 champion procuring five awards.{{more}}
They recorded the Best Shooting Average, had the Best Shooting Accuracy and the Best Defending Average.
Elite’s Goal Shooters’ Dedre Mathurin, with a shooting percentage of 87.4, was the tournament’s Most Accurate Shooter.
Michelle Rogers was adjudged the Best Centre Court Player.
Michelle French, who played for Tropical Shipping Newtown Ltd. Netball Club of St. Kitts, stashed the award of the Best Defending Player.
Nevis’ Pace Setters was voted the Most Disciplined Team among the eight competitors. Other awards presented were the Most Valuable Players of each Club.
Antigua/Barbuda’s Courts Eagles awardee was goal shooter Andrea Hunte. Anna Maria Xavier was Spartan of Dominica’s Most Valuable Player, as was Nevis’ Nathalie Nesbitt. Pace Setters represented Nevis. Grenada awardee was Coney Belfone with St. Lucia Shamrock’s Daselva Flarton being voted her team’s MVP.
The other St. Lucian Club, last year’s champion Elite Strikers, had Dedre Mathurin as its MVP.
The award for St. Vincent and the Grenadines went to Joanna Christopher, goal shooter of 2004 Champion C & R Enterprises Sion Hill.