Preston Sporting beat defending champions Sunbrook

2016-05-04 06:00

DETERMINATION and perseverance on Thursday night saw the new look Preston Sporting defeating their more fancied opponents, Sunbrook in two straight sets.
The lethal combinations of Gerhard Nagiah and Liam Luke proved to be tops for Preston.
To compound Sunbrooks woes, excellent all round effort were displayed from Stephen Singh and Kaylin Naidoo. The set was won 25-20 to Preston Sporting.

In the second set the Stanger Heights based team Sunbrook came on court all fired up. Excellent centre attack from Leon and good cover work from Aaron Marie saw Sunbrook taking the lead 19-14.
Preston Sporting’s Chris Naidoo called a time out and his team talk saw the Preston lads being stabilised and once again producing a remarkable performance.
Excellent blocking from Montel Govender and superb court cover work by Prayen saw Preston Sporting winning the second set and game 25-22.
Preston Sporting’s Rodrick Naidoo congratulated the boys and stated that training, discipline and determination of the players contributed to the victory.

In other matches in the Eze Electrical Premier League, a revamped KSST won in two straight sets over Warrior Sport 25-20, 25-20.
Team selection and decisive changes ensured victory for KSST.

Grove End demolished Randsons in two straight sets 25-19 and 25-23.
Grove End’s Vinnay performed brilliantly with unstoppable attacks.

A little resilience from the Randsons outfit was shown, with some good attacking from Tin Boy but Grove End proved to be the team of the night.

Other matches in the Division One Natdale League saw Cool Leaders defeating Frendz 25-20 and 25-20. Superb spiking from Robin and Indes of Cool Leader helped their team to a good win.

Undefeated Darnall United beat MOB in Straight sets 25-23 and 25-16. The sugarcane lads were in top form. Nikki’s centre attacks and Lazzie’s power attacks were flooding in the points for Darnall but a well disciplined MOB fought till the end.

Good court cover from Nevlin and Jerry from MOB saw them leading the second set 19-17. The lead was short lived after hard hitting Punch from Darnall brought his team back into the lead and there after winning the game. Darnall United’s Samuel attributes the team’s win to pure talent and a remarkable all round performance.

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