Castries, Saint Lucia: The Ministry of Youth, Development and Sports of Saint Lucia announced the final results of the 2022 Inter-Secondary Schools Table Tennis Boys Team.
Read here: Results of the 2022 Inter-Secondary Schools Table Tennis Boys Team.
- The 2022 Inter-Secondary Schools Table Tennis Boys Team Championships saw CCSS (A) winning 3-0 over the Soufriere Comprehensive (A) in the first quarter-finals match. Leshon Francis from CCSS was an outstanding player in that match.
- The second boy quarter-final match saw SMC (A) winning 3-0 over Vieux Fort Comprehensive. SMC’s Rawson Harris was the outstanding player of the match.
- The third quarter-final match saw SALCC’s team winning 3-0 over Soufriere Comprehensive (B) team. Dawitt Nurse from SALCC was the outstanding player of the match.
- The fourth quarter-final match saw SMC (B) winning 3-0 over Stanley Jon Odlum Memorial School. Nathan Alexander from SMC was an outstanding player.
- The Boy’s team semi-finals saw SMC (A) winning over the CCSS (A) 3-1. Rawson Harris from SMC was an outstanding player. The other semi-final match saw SALCC winning 3-2 over SMC (B) in a close encounter.
- The Boys Team Finals saw SMC (A) winning 3-2 over the SALCC despite Dawitt Nurse’s two wins for SALCC. SMC’s Stephen Steele and Rawson Harris fought from behind to win the deciding doubles match and secure the Boy’s team title.
Sports are always considered one of the major platforms to uplift stamina and body fitness. It helps to maintain physical health as well as mental health. Moreover, it enhances skills efficiently and grows the individual in various fields such as Table Tennis, Football, Netball, Cricket, Volleyball and many more.
The Ministry of Youth, Development and Sports has always worked to uplift the sector. The Sports Ministry hosted various sporting fields for different age groups. They hosted inter-school and inter-district events. Earlier, they shared an update on the upcoming matches of the Table Tennis of Saint Lucia.
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