Koncept Alliance ASCO does the double
January 20, 2012
Koncept Alliance ASCO does the double

Koncept Alliance stood tall in Division Two of the 2011 Karibbean Tires Ashburton Sports and Cultural Organisation (ASCO) Netball Tournament which closed off last Sunday at the Gomea Methodist School Hard Court.{{more}}

After taking the League title, Koncept Alliance ASCO ended on another winning note, by taking the Knock Out crown on Sunday.

Facing Dutch Lady Clinchers in the final, it was as easy as kiss hand, as the more experienced ASCO outfit, downed their opponents, 38-16.

The Division’s Best Shooter, Suzette Jordan, continued her ways in the circle as she sank 24 of her 36 attempts, and national player Maxine James, in her unfamiliar role, shot 14 of her 22. For Clinchers, national Under-16 trainee Khadijah Williams scored 8 of her 13, so did Kenisha Francis.

Jordan’s efforts during the tournament saw her recording 66 per cent of her tries at goal. Jordan was successful at 74 of her 112 attempts.

Denisha Gurley of Dutch Lady Clinchers was named the Best Most Outstanding Junior Player, as well as the MVP for her team.

Copping the MVP for the double champions was Maxine James. Taking the MVP for ASCO 3 was Desiann Laborde, while for ASCO Vets, it was Linda Bute. The MVP for Petroleum Services ASCO was Samisha St. Hillaire.

Addressing last Sunday’s Closing Ceremony were Minister of National Mobilisation, Youth, Sports etc. Hon. Frederick Stephenson; President of the St. Vincent and the Grenadines Netball Association Godfrey Harry; President of ASCO, Dennisford Foster, and representing sponsors Karibbean Tires, Cephas Bowens. (RT)