Defending champions George Lamming Primary will get the opportunity to defend their crown on Thursday in the final of the 2015 Berger Royale/Cave Shepherd National Primary Schools’ Road Tennis Championship at Blackman and Gollop Primary hard court.
That’s when they take on St Cyprian’s Boys, having gained the right to do so after disposing of Blackman and Gollop 3-0 in their semi-final match-up today. St Cyprian’s earned their berth in the final by comfortably beating Hilda Skeene, 3-0.
Representing George Lamming were Thierry Toppin, Aaron Weatherhead, Ajani Roach. St Cyprian’s were excellently represented by Fozlo Brester, Dominic Browne and Jaiden Browne.
Against their hosts Blackman and Gollop, George Lamming’s Toppin beat Nathan King 21-19, Weatherhead won from Joshua Dorne 21-12 and Roach took out Lason Grant 21-9.
St Cyprian’s were ruthless against Hilda Skeene, with the St Philip school’s players failing to get into double digits in all three games. Brewster beat Shakeri Blades 21-4, Dominic Browne thumped Sean Brathwaite 21-9 and Jaiden Browne defeated Ras-Taj Phillips 21-7.
At the start of the day St Cyprian’s defeated Wesley Hall Juniors 2-1 in the final quarterfinals clash.
Reaching the finals of the individual competition were Luther Thorne’s Javonte Browne and Wesley Hall’s Shakeem Nurse.
Browne reached the finals by beating Tremaine Harewood of Milton Lynch 21-17.
Nurse made light work of Hilda Skeene’s Sean Brathwaite with a 21-7 drubbing.