Banks DIH wins second round, but Cold Fusion still ahead in Domino tournament
Cold Fusion Sports Club is still ahead in the three-round Domino tournament with Banks DIH and Auditors, despite Banks DIH winning the second round recently at the Cold Fusion Sports Bar at Zeelugt, East Bank, Essequibo.
Cold Fusion is in the lead with 167 games having won the first leg in March, followed by Banks DIH on 159 and Auditors on 137. In the first round, Banks managed 79 games, while Auditors made 61.
In the second round, Banks won 80 games, while Auditors and Cold Fusion were tied on 76 games each, but Auditors prevailed after making more sixes.
James Mars (16 games), Steve Dey (15 games) and Jose Felicien (14 games) were the top players for Banks DIH. Persaud (only name given) had 17 games for Auditors, followed by Troy Braithwaite (13 games) and Andrew Quintin (13 games).
For Cold Fusion, Robin Persaud and Ramesh Sooklall both had 15 games, while and Boodnarine Persaud and Sharda Bhagwandin marked 13 apiece.
Deputy Commander for Region Three, Boodnarine Persaud, indicated the games were friendly but still very exciting and competitive.
The winning team of round two received a trophy and $24,000, while the second-place team got $12,000. They prizes were sponsored by Cold Fusion Sports Bar.
The final round will be held in October.