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Top sportspersons recognized at WISG awards ceremony

Top sportspersons recognized at WISG awards ceremony


The Most Valuable Player (MVP) in each of the disciplines in last week’s CBN/Winlott Inc Windward Islands Schools’ Games (WISG) was rewarded with trophy recognition at last Saturday’s closing ceremony, held at the Games Village, West St George Secondary School.

The track and field MVPs were Khimo Benjamin – Dominica, Alanna Paul – St Lucia, Claudson Alexander – Grenada and Zita Vincent – St Vincent and the Grenadines.

Grenada’s Claudson Samuel was the Victor Ludorum and St Lucia’s Rochelle Etienne, the Victrix Ludorum.

For female basketball, the awardees were Ayme George – Dominica, Siana Jameson – St Lucia, Chantel Bartholomew – Grenada and Sherese Cyrus – St Vincent and the Grenadines.

On the other side of the gender, the male basketball recipients were Jayvie Bellot – Dominica, Kieon Embarack – St Lucia, Owen Renee – Grenada and Nicolas Lewis – St Vincent and the Grenadines

Taking the awards in female volleyball were Adicia Burton – Dominica, Matilda Angelo – St Lucia, Carsie Paul – Grenada and Joelisa Ollivierre – St Vincent and the Grenadines.

Meanwhile securing the MVP in male volleyball, were Jervan Guste – Dominica, Kernel Remy – St Lucia, Javin Noel – Grenada and Marcus Thomas – St Vincent and the Grenadines.

Dominica’s Marcellus Bonney pouched his country’s MVP for football, with Kimlan Mason doing so for St Lucia and Earldon Millette – Grenada. St Vincent and the Grenadines’ captain Derron Rouse was the awardee for the host.

And in netball, the MVPs were Kyla Winston – Dominica, Janell Matherin – St Lucia, Carlene Alexander – Grenada and Azuba Delpesche – St Vincent and the Grenadines.

The next edition of the WISG is slated for St Lucia in 2018.