Carrington cops firms’ football Most Valuable Player award
December 7, 2012
Carrington cops firms’ football Most Valuable Player award

Dimitri Carrington of Coreas Hazells Inc was voted the most valuable male player in the 2012 Digicel Aeropost Breakaway Masters La Fern Millington firms and industrial football tournament, which ended Saturday at the Grammar School Playing Field.{{more}}

Carrington received the Francis Llewellyn Trophy.Ria Trimmingham was judged the most valuable female player.

Trimmingham represented SVG Post Office.

Digicel’s Deno Charles was voted as the most outstanding goalkeeper in the tournament, copping the Victor Matthews trophy.

Anthony John of C.K. Greaves and Co netted the most goals in the tournament —12.John’s trophy was donated by former national striker Junior “Midge” Ballantyne.

Two faithful spectators were also rewarded for their allegiance to the 2012 tournament:

Natasha Seales and Henry Laidlow were presented with trophies for their ardent following of the tournament.

Bonadie’s was deemed the team which showed the best team spirit, while E. D. Layne and Sons claimed the most disciplined team award.

The other team awards saw Toni’s Stores Combined taking the St Clair Leacock trophy for winning Group 1; Ministry of Education — the Joseph Delves trophy for trumping Group 2; and C.K. Greaves and Co — the Ian Sardine trophy, winning Group 3 in the preliminary round of the league competition.

Coreas Hazells Inc won the Soccerama competition, copping the Eustace Auto Supplies trophy and Prime Minister’s Office secured the Keith Boyea trophy after they retained the Knockout competition.

Prime Minister’s Office also last Saturday added the champion of champions title to their list, when they defeated Digicel 4-nil, to win the La Fern Millington trophy.

Prime Minister’s Office received $500 for winning the knockout.

Digicel earned $1,500 for copping the league title, ahead of Coreas Hazells Inc, who earned $1,000

Prime Minister’s Office docked in third and received $500 and Ministry of Education was fourth.

All four trophies in the league competition were compliments the St Vincent and the Grenadines Football Federation.

But 40 per cent of all prize monies earned goes to a charity of their choice.Twenty-four teams participated in this year’s competition. (RT)