Latest results in LIME National Basketball League games

Another entertaining and exciting night in the Lime National Basketball League last night at the Lindo Park, there were two games played, NBD Original X-Men versus Salisbury Juggernauts in game one in the Kubuli/Vitamalt Division 1 and Signman X-Men versus Marigot Sonics in game two in the Domlec PremierDdivision.

In game 1 in the Kubuli/Vitamalt Division 1 saw the Salisbury Juggernauts overcoming a small lead of 7 points after the third quarter to take control of the game in the fourth quarter outscoring the Original X-Men 24 points to 10 points to win the game by 10 points. Final score Salisbury Juggernauts 71 points and NBD Original X-Men 61 points. Top scoring for the Juggernauts were Dean Vidal 30 points, Lance Joseph 14 points and Esmond Andrew 10 points while Omarie Williams 20 points and Damian Sorhaindo 12 points.

In game 2 in the Domlec Premier Division turned out to be an entertaining game for the fans as the defending champion’s Signman X-Men strive to maintain their perfect record against a confident Marigot team after beating the Paix Bouche Eagles at home. After taking a small lead at half time by the Signman X-men of 4 points over the Sonics, saw an explosion of offense that the Sonics could not stop. The Signman X-men out scored the Sonics 28 points to 12 points in the last quarter to win the game by 22 points. The final scores Signman X-Men 69 points to Marigot Sonics 47 points, top scoring for Signman X-Men were Davidson Toulon 19 points, Ivan Jnobaptiste 13 points and Joseph Hypolite 11 points while Johnny Alfred 13 points, Kerry Christmas 12 points and Imada Parker 8 points.

Games will continue tonight (Saturday) at the Lindo Park with two games,

Game 1- 7.00 pm La Plaine Avengers versus Kelvar Daroux Hurricanes , referees Miguel Hill and Harold Julian

Game 2 – 9.00 pm Gatorade Blazers versus No Look , referees Leroy Dover and Allan Morris

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2 Comments

  1. salisbury
    May 14, 2011

    wow salisbury have a good team there boi they only need more support from us the villagers….good job guys…and alexia u scoring plenty we pal…lol.lol

    • Miss H.
      May 14, 2011

      They surely need more support from Salisbury people. Last season it wasn’t until they got to finals that people showed up shouting “Salisbury, Salisbury.” You know the old story..”Who will help me plant the corn..not I said the dog…Who will help me eat the cake…EVERYBODY!!!” Everybody wants to bask in the glory of being from Salisbury when they are doing well but nobody supports them or helps them. Not even with getting uniforms. An individual had to help them get their uniforms and the team had to struggle with getting money for registration and printing. You will notice most other teams have somebody’s or some company’s name in front of theirs….Example NBD X-Men, etc… but not Juggernauts. Sometimes they do not even want to be referred to as “Salisbury Juggernauts” because there is NO support from the village. No sponsors….No help!!! Where are the sponsors? Where are the political leaders from Salisbury? Where is the encouragement and support for these young men who are trying to use their talents and do something positive????? If each shop or whatever donates $100 or even $50, whatever they can, if the leaders took up the mantel and helped, be it the Parl Rep or other representatives, these boys would not have to struggle season after season. I am very disppointed in my community!!!!

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