Exciting action is anticipated at Turning Point on Boxing Day – Orin Boston – Kaieteur News

Exciting action is anticipated at Turning Point on Boxing Day – Orin Boston

From left, Orin Organizer Boston, President of Georgetown Dominoes Society Colin Mc Ewan, Dhyan Carter and Mark Wiltshire with the trophies.

Kaieteur News – Organizer of the annual Boxing Day dominoes tournament, Orin Boston, said exciting action is expected at Turning Point as some of the city’s best teams are expected to be on display.
Boston said the teams are eager to finish the year high so we can expect a raucous relationship. Boston expressed gratitude to the sponsors.
The competition that attracts a $ 15,000 entry fee, will be played under strict covid guidelines and ends on Sunday.
The opening rounds will be played on a three-round points system where nine teams will go through to the second round on Sunday for the eliminator who will be challenged on a two-in-one system.
The winning team will take home a trophy and $ 150,000, second best in trophy and $ 75,000, third trophy position and $ 35,000 and fourth trophy position and $ 20,000. The best female player gets $ 10,000 and the most valuable player $ 5,000.
Teams expected to participate include Mix Up, All Season’s, C 7, Gold is Money, Spartons, West Side and Providence.
The competition is sponsored by All Season Racing Service, Dynasty, Big Boss Transportation Service, IMON Wireless Solutions Inc., Safeway Security, Leonard Leung, Sanjay Persaud, Deodat Motiram, Tony Jewelery and Anonymous Friends.
The tournament is coordinated by Orin Boston with the help of Mark Wiltshire. Operation on both days will start at 14:30 hours.